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Cynthia Fuller was born in Kent, but has lived in the North East since the 1970s. She has published five collections with Flambard: Moving Towards Light, Instructions for the Desert, Only a Small Boat, Background Music, and Jack’s Letters Home, a Poetry Book Society Recommendation. Her most recent collection is Estuary (Red Squirrel Press, 2015). With Julia Darling she edited The Poetry Cure (Bloodaxe Books/Newcastle University, 2005), an anthology about illness and health.

She was poetry editor for the magazine Writing Women for twelve years. She works freelance in Adult and Higher Education, teaching literature and creative writing, and runs writing workshops with different groups in the community. She is also involved in research into poetry and health at Newcastle University, and developing courses in this field.


Books by Cynthia Fuller


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