My novel, The Cornershop of Dreams, will be finished in mid-2024. Set between 1914 and 1969, it explores the theme of having your dream and the price you have to pay for it.
My essays explore the themes behind my fiction and poetry: the essence of human consciousness, empathy and connection, paradise lost, the dangers of fearlessness, obsession, revenge and more.
I am a Welsh writer, poet and TV & film consultant. My work is inspired by my native West Wales and the cities I have lived in, including New York, London and Singapore. I am interested in exploring mental health, social issues and human consciousness through fiction.
I began my career as a journalist and am currently studying for a Masters in Creative Writing at the University of Kent, Canterbury. I campaign for youth and women’s rights.
My work has been published in literary journals, including The Mechanics Institute Review and The Menteur. My latest work will be included in the Erro Press Anthology of Womanhood later this year, and in the Summer 2023 edition of Handwritten & Co.
Some of my work can be purchased in print or digital versions of the literary and poetry journals where it is published.
In 2024, I will be speaking at online events, festivals, and bookshops about my work and that of writers and poets I admire.