1: Anni Wilton-Jones – Phoenix


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Phoenix, poems by Anni Wilton-Jones

Anni Wilton-Jones, a resident of Co Mayo, has also lived in Wales, England and Saudi Arabia. Having existed for rather a long time in a changing job-market, she has been a radiographer, a photographic interpreter, a civil servant, a full-time mother and home-educator, a college and university lecturer and a specialist dyslexia teacher and assessor. Now retired, she works part-time, supporting voluntary dyslexia groups. A writer of poetry and, occasionally, prose, she has read in Wales, England, the USA and Ireland. She is a member of a travelling Arts group called the Hermit Collective and is active with Claremorris Community Radio.




Selected Publications:
Bridges (Stonebridge Publications, 1999) – full collection
Moth (under the pen-name of Victoria Tims) (Stonebridge Publications, 2001) – chapbook
Light Touch (Stonebridge Publications, 2003) – chapbook
Winter Whiting (Stonebridge Publications, 2009) – full collection

This is… Salem (Stonebridge Publications, 1999)
Fresh Voices for Younger Listeners (Stonebridge Publications, 2000)
War Poems (Stonebridge Publications, 2009; 2010)

Contributions to, for example:
The Cuirt Journal, Of Sawn Grain, Salvo, The Scotsman, Index on Censorship

CDs of poetry readings:
Anam Cara
This is… Salem (as part of a team of five poets)

Hermit Collective
Own page on Hermit website *
Pen & Ink Writers *
http://www.ouririshheritage.org/page/exhibition_launch_open_mic_event?path=0p4p76p *
See  link at foot of page
* Includes examples of work

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