Prole reader and writer group

Prole reader and writer group

Reader and writer blog.

This blog is for readers to share their reflections about the poetry, stories and essays published in Prole. Our writers are encouraged to pop in from time to time and contribute to discussion threads.

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Ash tree, by Sue Millard

PoetryPosted by editor Fri, April 13, 2012 13:37:36
Reflections on and reaction to Ash tree, by Sue Millard.

Sue Millard, born in Cheshire, has lived since 1975 in rural Cumbria. Her first degree was in English Literature and she has written all her life. Sue works as a web manager, holding a Masters Degree in Multimedia. She has published short stories, specialist equestrian articles, an award-winning non fiction book Hoofprints in Eden and a teenage novel Against the Odds. A children's fantasy novella is under consideration by an independent USA publisher, a comedy crime novella needs a home, and a historical novel is being completed (AKA rewritten). Recently Sue has had poems accepted for The Interpreter's House, Pennine Platform, Lighten Up Online, Snakeskin and Pirene's Fountain e-zines, and of course for Prole.



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