‘My Life in Their Hands’ which I have ghostwritten for non-verbal disabled man, Stephen Gallagher is now available on Amazon UK.
I’m delighted to announce that my poem ‘A Cultural Centre’ is the winner of the Adult Heritage category of Radio Warrington’s 2019/2020 Poetry Competition! Many thanks to the competition’s sponsors, Michelle Butterworth of Shelly’s Restaurant, Michelle & Co hairdressers on Bold Street, Culture Warrington, Warrington Arts Council, The Friends of Real Lancashire and The Friends of Warrington Transporter Bridge.
“Counting Trees was inspired by my suddenly noticing some beautiful trees on the edge of a car park which I must have walked under/round thousands of times. Like many people, the climate change crisis has made me more aware of the need to protect our trees and to appreciate them more and I wanted to use this opportunity to write a short play that would hopefully make the audience look up and around at the amazing nature that surrounds us.”
At the One Minute Monologue event today in Lancaster Library, Julie McKiernan reading her ‘A Proper Rum Sight’ voted by the audience best performed Monologue out of 30.