Thursday, June 24, 2021
Nuala O'Connor interview
I've loved Nuala O' Connor's writing since first encountering her through blogging way back in 2009. She helped me get my first flash published and has been a steadfast supporter of my work since. I was thrilled to stupidity to meet her in real life in 2018, and her star has risen and risen, so I'm absolutely chuffed she's interviewed me about Beerstorming with Charlotte Brontë in New York as part of her 'Writers at Work' series on her website at a time when her acclaimed biographical novel NORA is taking critics by storm.
Saturday, June 12, 2021
Perhaps the best compliment a writer can receive is that their work inspires that of another. The author of the fictionalised memoir All the Beautiful Liars, Sylvia Petter, has written this creative non-fiction response to Beerstorming with Charlotte Brontë in New York, and she's got another response pending publication.
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Labels: All the Beautiful Liars, Beerstorming with Charlotte Brontë in New York, chapbook, debut poetry collection, Ethel Zine and Micro Press, fictional memoir, poetry, poetry pamphlet, Sylvia Petter
The Berg Collection Reading Room at New York Public Library.
June is Pride Month! So happy that radical lesbian playwright, actor and activist Carolyn Gage interviewed me about my debut poetry pamphlet Beerstorming with Charlotte Brontë in New York, and we also talked about Betweenity, my graphic biography of Mary Taylor, and so much more.
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Labels: Beerstorming with Charlotte Brontë in New York, Betweenity, Carolyn Gage, chapbook, Charlotte Brontë, Ethel Zine and Micro Press, lesbian, Mary Taylor, poetry, Pride month, The Ethel Press
Wednesday, June 2, 2021
My thanks to Dr Jonathan Taylor for posting about Beerstorming with Charlotte Bronte in New York on the University of Leicester Creative Writing Blog.
Tuesday, June 1, 2021
It's publication day - my debut poetry chapbook is here!
My grandest thanks go to my brilliant publisher Sara Lefsyk of The Ethel Zine and Micro Press for making this dream of mine come true! Sitting up all night on the settee with a two month old on my breast when I submitted my poems, publication seemed as elusive as sleep. I'm forever grateful to Sara for bringing my chapbook into the world.
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