Publication, Conferences, & Readings

Publications

Crone Maiden
Spring 2017-“Crone Maiden” - a creative response to “The Giantesses Apron” collected by P.H. Emerson, Sage Woman #93.

Four Methods for Teaching Creative Nonfiction Outside of the Traditional Workshop
Autumn 2016-“Four Methods for Teaching Creative Nonfiction Outside of the Traditional Workshop”, Writing in Education, Issue #70

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NAWE’s Writing in Education: http://www.nawe.co.uk/writing-in-education/nawe-magazine/current-issue.html

Invisible Monsters
June 2016- “Invisible Monsters” Cover Story for Open Pen Magazine, Issue 16

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Open Pen: http://www.openpen.co.uk/issue-sixteen/

Dorm Witch
October 2015- “Dorm Witch: Selecting Ritual Tools for University Spaces” in Pagan Dawn, Samhain (2015) Issue #197

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Pagan Dawn: http://www.pagandawnmag.org/dorm-witch-ritual-tools-university-spaces/

In My Kitchen
Autumn 2014-“In My Kitchen” published in HARTS & Minds: The Journal of Humanities and Arts, Vol. 2, No. 1 

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Harts & Minds: http://media.wix.com/ugd/4b5f1a_28d06d52b3ca46b09e6a7ebd5726bf24.pdf

Conferences and Public Readings

January 18th 2017
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Take p’Art: A Collaborative Creative Writing Workshop for parents and children ages 10-17 at Venue Cymru’s arts and literature festival, Take p’Art.

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November 12th 2016
Presentation of Paper “Four Methods for Teaching Creative Nonfiction Outside of the Traditional Workshop” for NAWE Conference 2016 at Stratford upon Avon.

October 24th 2015
Public reading of “In My Kitchen” sponsored by the Bangor University, College of Arts and Humanities at the Conwy Food Festival.

June 20th 2014
Presentation of paper “X-Men vs. Othello: Marginalised Identity and Canon Evolution” with a focus on the evolution of marginalised identities in comic book canons for Current Research in Speculative Fiction conference (CRSF) at Liverpool University.

May 30th 2014
Presentation of paper “X-Men vs. Othello: Marginalized Identity and Canon Evolution” with a focus on canonical evolution in English literary studies for English Graduate conference: Transformations at University College London.

December 8th 2014
Public reading and question session for “Invisible Monsters” sponsored by the Gwynedd Public Library event titled Emerging Fiction.

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