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Updated details of reviews, commissions and awards are right here.
Forthcoming readings and events can be found on the 'Gig List' page – please click that tab for more info.

Debut novel 'The Palace of Curiosities' (HarperCollins 2013) is available in all formats (hardback, e-book, paperback & audio). The same goes for 'Vixen' (Borough Press, 2014) and ‘The Night Brother’ (Borough Press, 2014).
Support your local independent bookshop, if you are blessed enough to have one... or buy direct from HarperCollins.

Latest poetry collection ‘As In Judy’ is available direct from Flapjack Press.

'Everything Must Go' is also available direct from the publisher, Holland Park Press.

I've been busy uploading images and info to 'The Violet Vaults' section of the website - there's a lot of old March Violets scrapbooks to trawl through. And it's sparking off a whole heap of memories as I do so... Today I have been posting the singles from 1982-1984. Check…
As if by magic - the next tagee for The next Big Thing! Today it's Bernadette Jansen op de Haar of Holland Park Press, describing what it's like to translate rather than create... and how that can be a special balancing act... Read on! http://hollandparkpress.co.uk/magazine_detail.php?magazine_id=228&;language=English Hannah Kate, telling us about…
Ok: so I’ve done some guest blogs - for the fabulous Mslexia magazine (http://www.mslexia.co.uk ) amongst others. But I am new to personal blogging. So when the wonderful Michelle Green http://www.michellegreen.co.uk asked me to pick up the baton for The Next Big Thing, I thought, no time like the present…
Award winning writer and performer Rosie Garland, aka, Rosie Lugosi, performs her poem 'I Want to be a Teenager in Devon' at the Manchester Book Market 2011. Her poetry collection 'Things I Did While I Was Dead' is published by FlapJack Press. http://www.flapjackpress.co.uk/page5.htm
The London Book Fair kicks off today with six-figure sums having already been spent on books ranging from the new Ian McEwan to a stunning debut from Iranian author Sahar Delijani Alison Flood guardian.co.uk, Monday 16 April 2012 10.48 BST Despite gloom on the high street and anxiety about the…
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