I have an undergraduate BA degree in Journalism, English and Media, and a masters degree in Creative Writing. I’ve written for a number of platforms, on a wide range of topics (with a focus on the literary world and travel) and it’s sometimes difficult to give a scope of that without ending up in a spam folder after attaching an entire portfolio to an email-application. Alas – I will now have a link instead.
A bookish guest blog for Minka Guides, a travel and lifestyle platform with drag queen Fanny Minka.
Whilst completing a work experience placement in PRH’s International Sales department, I had the opportunity to read some wonderful books – as well as the opportunity to write about them on the PRH blog.
A literary round-up.
A book review of Welsh Saints on the Mormon Trail by Wil Aaron, published by Y Lolfa.
A book review of A Right Royal Face-Off by Simon Edge, published by Eye Lightning Books.
A book review of Slav SIsters edited by Natasha Perova, published by Dedalus.
A book review of May by Naomi Kruger, published by Seren Books.
A book review of The Blue Tent by Richard Gwyn, published by Parthian Books.
A discursive guest blog post for the Cardiff Book Talk, in anticipation of their Margaret Atwood event on The Testaments.
A book review of Good Riddance by Elinor Lipman, published by Eye Lightning Books.
A review guest blog post for the Cardiff Book Talk, in anticipation of their Le Fanu event on Carmilla.
A book review of A Dish Best Served Cold by Chris Kinsey, published by Candy Jar Books.
A book review of A Stranger in Paris by Karen Webb, published by Impress Books.
A book review of Hurtle of Hell by Simon Edge, published by Eye Lightning Books.
A book review of Crocodile by Daniel Shand, published by Influx Press.
A book review of The Golden Orphans by Gary Raymond, published by Parthian Books.