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I’ve recently had the privilege of being able to work with Wigan Council’s Million Voices youth group to create a poem promoting foster care within Wigan. The poem used the exact words and feelings of the young people, and it was a really amazing project to be a part of. You can watch my reading of the poem or you can read the poem (or you could do both!). I hope you enjoy!
This is a poem that I wrote for TUGZ Magazine as a part of my senior creative writer role, so I’m excited to share it with you today! Freelancer, as you might’ve guessed from the title, covers the more negative, frantic and frankly stressed side of working in a freelance position, considering both the effects of the work itself and the stigma or prejudices around it.
With the release of my upcoming dark fantasy novella, Cicerone, on the horizon, I thought I’d share a poem that fell in and out of the manuscript ever since its beginnings in 2018. I’ve been considering whether to use this particular piece in the novella or not, and how I would use it, for so long that it almost feels wrong to cast it aside, but I think it works much better as additional content rather than something contained within the pages of the novella. So, please enjoy this little accompanying poem to Cicerone, and make sure you’re subscribed to my newsletter if you’d like to receive a free ebook copy of Cicerone as soon as it comes out.