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Mandy Pannett lives in West Sussex with her family. A teacher for many years, she has worked with all ages and abilities including special needs children (her favourite). She now works freelance as a creative writing tutor and has run residential and day workshops across the country as well as working with many local groups.

Her poetry has been widely published, both internationally and in the U.K., in journals and small press publications and has also been translated into German and Romanian as part of the Poetry tREnD and Poetry pRO projects. On several occasions she has been a prize winner in national competitions and has judged poetry competitions herself for Sentinel Literary Quarterly, the Slipstream Poets, Excel for Charity and two online forums.

Three poetry collections have been published: Bee Purple and Frost Hollow (Oversteps Books) and Allotments in the Orbital (Searle Publishing) She has also produced Boy's Story - a CD of poetry and original music. All are available from the author.

She has twice been selecting editor for South Magazine, an associate editor for the ezine Muscle and Blood and is the poetry editor of The Right Eyed Deer.

Her novella The Onion Stone was published in 2011 by Pewter Rose Press.

 

Mandy Pannett is available for festival participation, readings and interviews e-mail publisher@spmpublications.com

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The Bridge Selection

Poems for the Road

by Nnorom Azuonye

 

Sentinel Annual Literature Anthology (2011)

Editors: Unoma Azuah, Amanda Sington-Williams, Nnorom Azuonye.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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