Some To the Lighthouse covers, which was first published this month in 1927 So, it seems my foray to the IATEFL conference in Liverpool was a success – having the confidence in freelancing has enabled me to be bolder, and so, at the beginning of June, I am off to Athens for discussions with an ELT publisher about doing more work for them. I’ve already completed a couple of contracts for them, and I love the working relationship I have with them, so this is a super opportunity
Speculative fiction, poems, and essays on our tempestuous political times. Contributor to Tempest Published by Patrician Press, 1 March 2019.
Book launch at Bookmarks Bookshop, 1 March 2019 and at Essex Book Festival, 5 March 2019 I am thrilled to be part of this collection, which is published today. Unfortunately, I couldn’t get to the launch tonight – which, incidentally, is starting as I write this. My short story, The Walking Stick, is a dystopian take on what the future
I can’t quite believe how much has happened since I left teaching. I count the year from January 2018 when I made the decision to go freelance, but of course, by then I had already started volunteering with Aurora Metro. Here, of course, is also a shameless plug for my website. And don’t forget to like my page on Facebook. Let’s start towards the beginning of the year (be aware, long post coming). Between January to April, I was completing training and trying to get jobs as a