Other publications


‘Inez,’ in Home & Family Magazine, pub. The Mother’s Union (May 1986).  Memoir/article.

‘More about Inez,’ in Home & Family Magazine, pub. The Mother’s Union (Dec 1986).  Memoir/article.

‘Night Prowling’ in The Smallest Part of Truth: Poetry from Behind the Scenes Workshops VI, Leicestershire County Council, (2009).  Poetry.

‘An Interview with a Lucky Man,’ in Creative Writing MA Anthology, Loughborough University (2010). Creative non-fiction.

We Love to Eat: Dorothy’s Egg and Bacon Pie’, The Guardian (Oct 2012). Memoir.

‘Gilt-clasped book’ and ‘Dresser’, in Bringing in a Greater Yield, expresseum poetics (March 2013).  Poetry.

Diversity, Ethnicity and the Victorians’ in Primary History Magazine, The Historical Association (Autumn 2013).  Non-fiction article.

Learn to Write Amazing Children’s Books, e-careers digital learning platform (April 2014).  Online writing course.

Changing Spaces, Trading Places educational materials, Charnwood Arts (May 2014).

Arts & Crafts Trail Leaflet, Leicestershire Promotions (2014).  Tourist leaflet to build on interest in Stoneywell Cottage, a National Trust property designed by Leicester-born architect Ernest Gimson.

‘Listing’ and ‘Incumbent’ in Ghost Words of a Time Bound in Leather, Scribblers Inc (Aug 2014). Poetry.

December poem in On Clouds of Words: A Perpetual Diary, Createspace Independent Publishers, (Oct 2014).  Poetry.

‘Christmas Presents’ and ‘Christmas Morning’ in: A Miscellany of Christmas Words: An anthology of poetry and prose,  Scribblers Inc, (Dec 2014). Memoir.

Rama and Sita: the Story of Diwali, Timepiece Press (Oct 2015). Picture book text.

Words of Spring: A collection of poetry and prose, Scribblers Inc (Oct 2015).Poetry.

Informal Words: an anthology of writing, Scribblers Inc, (Nov 2015). Poetry.

Loughborough: the Makings of a Market Town, LU Radar Arts (Nov 2015).

Chapters in the History of Loughborough, (as editor), a transcribed and annotated edition of W G D Fletcher’s book on the history of Loughborough, first published in book-form in 1883, (December 2016).  Non-fiction (history).

For the Fallen: We Shall Remember Them, Charnwood Centenary Great War Project (June 2017).  Research, editing and copywriting, including a chapter on the setting up of The Instructional Factory, a munitions training facility which went on to become Loughborough University.

Songster: Loughborough’s Own War Horse, Loughborough Carillon Tower & War Memorial Museum (July 2018).  Picture book text.

Other media:

Webpage texts and blog posts for Loughborough History and Heritage Network (Dec 2014 to Aug 2015)

Discovering the Past, Loughborough University Digital Storytelling Project, (March 2018).  Film.