Owl Song at Dawn

Owl Song at Dawn captured by Legend Press

  It is my very great pleasure to share with you the news that Legend Press has acquired my novel, Owl Song at Dawn, which they will publish mid-2016. Since the novel was inspired by my autistic sister, I feel particular gratitude to the team at Legend for their commitment to celebrating the kinds of voices that have… Continue reading Owl Song at Dawn captured by Legend Press

Appearances

‘Working With Writing: the art of collaboration’ at City University

There are still a few places left for Working With Writing: the art of collaboration at City University London this Thursday. The event, chaired by novelist Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone, will feature author Heidi James and her editor Hetha Duffy of Bluemoose Books, as well as Emily Midorikawa and me. Emily and I will be talking about our jointly-run website Something… Continue reading ‘Working With Writing: the art of collaboration’ at City University

Something Rhymed: celebrating female literary friendship

A Year of Hidden Friendships

When we first launched Something Rhymed, a year ago now, concerned well-wishers expressed scepticism about whether we’d discover twelve pairs of historic female writer friends to profile each month over the course of 2014. Thanks to our close-knit community of readers from around the globe, the reverse has in fact been true. You’ve helped us… Continue reading A Year of Hidden Friendships

Press & Reviews · Something Rhymed: celebrating female literary friendship

Double-Page Spread in the Independent on Sunday

‘Feel the Fear & Do It Anyway’: This was the headline of the feature on female friendship that I co-wrote with Emily Midorikawa for the Independent on Sunday. Why would such a celebratory subject attract this kind of headline? We focused specifically on friendships between feminists, and we’ve come to think that perhaps intellectual, political, and… Continue reading Double-Page Spread in the Independent on Sunday