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Publications for Marianne Jones
Marianne Jones grew up on Anglesey. After graduating from university she taught English at a Japanese university. Before moving to Tokyo she lived in an area where no foreigner had ever lived before. She learned Japanese and helped to translate Contemporary Japanese Literature, which was published in 1972. She has also lived in Canada and taught English there. After returning to Britain she taught English as a second language, did a second MA and took up the post of Project Manager of the Japanese in Schools programme for the Welsh Office. After this she became Co-ordinator of the Japanese Resources Centre for Derbyshire County Council. She now lives on Anglesey with her husband. She has taught Japanese and Creative Writing there and is currently writing poetry and short stories.
Honno's 25th anniversary anthology, brings together a wonderful and absorbing collection of writing by Welsh women taken from the fiction and non-fiction anthologies published by the press over the la... (May 2012) Full details
HonnoÂ's 25th anniversary anthology, brings together a wonderful and absorbing collection of writing by Welsh women taken from the fiction and non-fiction anthologies published by the press over... (May 2012) Full details
(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
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