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Juliet Wilson

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Juliet's poetry has been widely published in UK poetry journals and online. She blogs at Crafty Green Poet (http://craftygreenpoet.blogspot.com) and edited the online poetry journal Bolts of Silk (http://boltsofsilk.blogspot.com) until April 2014.

Her first poetry pamphlet 'Bougainvillea Dancing' was published in 2002 and raised money for charities working in Malawi. Her second poetry pamphlet 'Unthinkable Skies' was published March 2010 by Calder Wood Press.

She sells handmade jewellery and bookmarks in her Etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/CraftyGreenP...

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Unthinkable Skies

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New Poem on Gnarled Oak

I've not really used this blog much recently, have I?

I thought I'd pop in to say I'm delighted to have a new poem up on the Gnarled Oak website. You can read it here: http://gnarledoak.org/issue-9/the-ele...

If you want to read more that I blog about, you can find me at http://craftygreenpoet.blogspot.com where I blog most days! Read more of this blog post »
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