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Publications for Sue Anderson

Sue Anderson

Sue Anderson is a teacher who always meant to write. When she moved to Monmouth in the late '80s the Welsh air worked its magic and she finally started putting pen to paper. Since then she's had short stories, poetry and articles published and reached the finals of several writing competitions. Her unpublished children's novel, Rainbow Music, received an Irma Chilton award from the Arts Council of Wales. A member of Monmouth Writers' Group, she wrote the play Three Ways Across The Water, which formed part of their special production about the town. She also does solo performances and runs a creative writing course. Recently she began working in Newport with teenagers who are not attending school. This gave her several new ideas, and after taking a long, deep breath of Welsh air, she's started another children's novel.

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Coming up Roses

   (Anthology, ed.Caroline Oakley)
Stories for the Green Fingered:From birth to death, horror to hilarity – a collection of stories for gardeners at home and away.
(January 2008) Full details

£7.99      BUY NOW

In Her Element

20 women writers from all over Wales recount their deep personal connections to the landscapes which have shaped their lives – their loves, their joys, their losses, their inner and their outer world...
(June 2008) Full details

£7.99      BUY NOW

Mirror Mirror

   (Anthology, ed.Patricia Duncker, Janet Thomas)
25 new short stories by women from Wales, including stories by Patricia Duncker, Jo Mazelis, Jenny Sullivan, and Nia Williams, writing on the theme of " The Other Woman..."

( 2004) Full details

£7.99     Out of print

Written in Blood

This latest collection of short stories from Honno showcases a wide range of imaginative takes on what constitutes crime fiction.
(February 2009) Full details

£7.99      BUY NOW

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