You shouldn’t have died like that. Hounded like a thief through the cold remorseless landscape of Borth, hiding under caravans, instead of roaming forests and steppes, your beautiful eyes golden in the dark. What were you dreaming of, beneath the false carapace of a caravan, those pseudo tin-can homes which house the dreams of those…
This coming Thursday I’ll be reading from Writing on Water at First Thursday, Chapter Arts Centre, in Cardiff. It’ s been a while since I’ve been to Cardiff! But I’m exchanging the singing of the birds and the whistling in the trees, not forgetting the ripple of the stream in West Wales where I live,…
‘My mother voice growing old over the telephone.’ ‘Sending for Chantal’ a bittersweet tale of those left behind
Maggie writes about her new book, Writing on Water, launching through Seren Publishing.
Maggie’s latest short story collection, Writing on Water, was launched at POW!Thanet.
A children’s poem musing on the traditional Miss Muffet tale, with a contemporary twist.
A short story about a tedious job, an uncertain future, and the arrival of a flock of unusual birds.
Maggie was interviewed by The Short Story from TSS Publishing.
A short story about a night on the town that takes an odd turn.
Maggie, with several other poets, have formed Turning Words alongside the Turner Contemporary.