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Publications for Lynne Rees

Lynne Rees

Poet, novelist and teacher. Born in South Wales in 1958. Worked in banking in Port Talbot and Jersey, before moving to Kent in 1985, where she ran her own second-hand bookshop for twelve years. In 1996 she completed her MA in Writing at the University of Glamorgan and since then her poems, memoir and short stories have been widely anthologised. She runs her own Apple House Poetry Workshops and also teaches creative writing for the University of Kent's BA Hons Degree programme. In 2004 she was awarded the Faculty of Humanities Prize for innovative and inspiring practices in the teaching of poetry and nominated for a NTFS Teaching Fellowship. She has been writer in residence/visiting writer at a number of secondary schools in Kent, working with 11-18 year olds, is a Member of the Society of Authors and the National Association for Writers in Education, and the recipient of a Hawthornden Fellowship.



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Changing Times - Welsh Women Writing on the 1950s and 1960s

   (Anthology, ed.Deirdre Beddoe)
Moving, funny, brave and, at times, deeply shocking, this anthology brings together a dazzling collection of experiences from over forty women writers.
( 2003) Full details

£9.99     Out of print


Changing Times: A different world - women's stories of the 50s and 60s

  
Life in the 50s and 60s still meant segregation and inequality for many women, but it also brought rock-n-roll, rising hemlines and the first signs of female emancipation since the vote.
(January 2010) Full details

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The Woman Who Loved Cucumbers

   (Anthology, ed.Patricia Duncker, Janet Thomas)
A collection of 22 short stories of food as sin, sex, ritual and revenge by new and established women writers from Wales.
( 2002) Full details

£7.99     Out of print


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