I’ve been writing in a freelance and staff capacity for charities, community groups, local and national newspapers and other organisations and publications since 2006. My writing covers nature, landscape, wildlife and local history.
In 2006 I wrote 200-word match previews for The Observer newspaper on my beloved(!) Everton Football Club.
Around 2008 I wrote album and live music reviews, and interviewed artists, all recorded on a now archived blog The Daughters of Quiet Minds.
In 2014 I published my first poetry booklet, I am living with the animals, followed by Sumptuous beasts in 2018.
In 2022 I’ll be published in print for the first time with the launch of London Wildlife Trust’s London in the Wild, for which I’ve contributed to the chapter on woodlands.
The best way to keep up with my writing is to follow my blog.
I can be employed to write articles on a range of topics, just get in touch via email: email@example.com
- Somewhere between a cuckoo and a high-speed train (2012)
- Litter picking in lost gardens (2012)
- In search of Mayo’s native woodlands (2013)
- In south London, a place reclaimed by weeds (2013)
- The beaver’s work: men versus nature in South Moravia’s fishponds (2013)
- John Keats and how nature makes us feel so small (2014)
- Land of the lousewort: healing a broken landscape in the White Carpathians (2017)
- Tracing the footsteps of the first Europeans in the Pálava Hills (2017)
- In London’s woods, the seeds of civilisation (2018)
- The Tamar Valley: London’s sylvan links with Buckland Abbey (2019)
- The story of Santa’s magic mushroom (2020)
- Why do Slavic cultures love mushrooms? (2020)
- Ceptember: reflections on foraging in England (2022)
2 thoughts on “Writing ✍️”
Really like this piece! Nice rhythm to it and love the way it shines a light on the way people connect to wildlife in different ways.