Published articles

I have been published in a number of family and social history magazines, health publications and literary newsletters. I also write and edit for websites dealing with women’s issues. See below for some examples of my work:

September 2011 ‘Truly Scrumptious’ (history of sweets) in  Family Tree 

June 2011. ‘Cupcakes & Cucumber Sandwiches’ (the history of teatime) in Family Tree 

Feminism & the cult of celebrity on Women’s Views on News 21st February 2011

December 2010. Article ‘A Shadowy Past’ in Family Tree.

Regular contributor to:

I am a co-editor of Women’s Views on News, the fabulous not-for-profit, women’s daily online news and current affairs service, established by journalist Alison Clarke.

Go to WVoN for all the major national and international stories of the day, in much the same way as any newspaper or online news service, but the stories featured are always about, or are from the perspective of, women.  It also includes feature articles and opinion pieces from time to time, but the focus is on news.

The fabulous Women’s Views on News

sofeminine .co.uk Article on breast reconstruction, published 1st October 2010

Down the Allotment – Able (disability lifestyle magazine)

Able Magazine Jan/Feb 2010

Describing my first year on the allotment and its challenges for someone with mobility issues.

Subtext magazine winter 09/10

Subtext Magazine Issue 8 , article discussing body image, weight and health

Able magazine December 2008

Able Magazine winter 2008 describing my 100 mile charity walk in the footsteps of my favourite poet, John Keats.

Below, on the same subject in the Keats-Shelley Memorial Association Newsletter Autumn 2008

Keats-Shelley Memorial Association Autumn 2008

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