My life as a writer and translator

Writing and literary translation are important parts of my life! I belong to Poetry Swindon, a small poetry group and to a creative writing group called the Sun Writers. Each group gives me the opportunity to experiment and grow as a writer. Poetry Swindon holds a monthly Open Mic with a guest poet where members can come and read their poems. Each year we have a fantastic Poetry Festival. You can read more here:

http://poetryswindon1.blogspot.co.uk/p/news.html

 

 

Here is the list of my publications starting with the most recent:

"Images" Louise Bouchard (Guernica, 2015) Novel

Link to the book

 

"Nepalese Nuggets" Christine Tipper - an ebook about my adventures in Nepal

Link to the book

 

"Les chevaux sauvages/Wild Horses" Nadia Ghalem (L'Harmattan, 2015) Poetry

Link to the book

 

"I write these words/ J'écris ces mots"  Lélia Young (Inanna Publications, 2013) Poetry

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"Where Spaces Glow" Francis Catalano (Guernica Editions, 2013) Poetry

Link to the book

 

Smile, you’re getting old!” Evelyne Wilwerth (Guernica Editions, 2011) Drama

Link to the book

 

"We come from the same light" Danielle Fournier (Guernica Editions, 2010) Poetry

 Link to the book

 

"Changing Shores" Nadine Ltaif (Guernica Editions, 2009) Poetry

Link to the book

The Echoing Years: An Anthology of Poetry from Canada and Ireland” edited by
John Ennis, Randall Maggs and Stephanie McKenzie, 2007, ISBN 0-9540281-6-3. This includes work by Leonard Cohen, has an extract from ‘Changing Shores’.

 

As you can see from this website I have a variety of interests. I love languages and translating. I adore making mosaics. I'm thrilled to create children's stories and the accompanying illustrations. I'm proud of being able to help so many Nepalese children through my work with Glory School, my books and the Sabina ra Punte Hatti radio programme. I feel very strongly that education in all its holistic forms should be available for children throughout the world. I have chosen to focus on the children of Nepal.

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