Writer and singer with post-punk band The March Violets, Rosie Garland has a passion for language nurtured by public libraries.
Her poetry collection ‘What Girls do in the Dark’ (Nine Arches Press) was shortlisted for the Polari Prize, & her novel The Night Brother was described by The Times as “a delight…with shades of Angela Carter.”
Val McDermid has named her one of the UK’s most compelling LGBT writers.
Chloe Jacquet is a multicultural, multifaceted, multi-slam winning poet based in Gloucestershire.
With a preference for straight talking and a penchant for rhymes and opinions, Chloe’s poetry is both entertaining and meaningful.
Her work deals with a variety of subjects ranging from workplace discrimination and mental health, to the pressures placed on modern men, via her short-term relationship with a biscuit.
Her first collection Take It By The Line is published by Black Eyes Publishing UK and is available now.
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