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Writer, local historian, genealogist, photographer and grandfather. Suckled on ‘Under Milk Wood’, William Blake, T.S.Eliot, Fleetwood Mac ‘Rumours’, Holst’s ‘The Planets’, in adolescence ‘Waiting For Godot’, Bradburys The Illustrated Man, Brechts Threepenny Opera, Ted Hughes.
At Hull University I had a play performed in the Gulbenkian Theatre called Still Children’.
A member of the Bristol Poetry Performance groups ‘Rats For Love’ and ‘Dead Rats On Leave’, performing in venues all over the South West. Amongst other publications I have work in the 1993 Anthology ‘Rats For Love: The Book’.
I taught for the Workers Educational Association. Read on BBC Radio Bristol and had workshop broadcast on Radio Five Live
Hello! 🙂 Interesting background. I'm into genealogy myself - family stuff anyway - though I'm not any sort of expert. Does inspire quite a few writes though. Will watch out for your work!
Hello and welcome. Does the 'oz' at the end of your pseudonym refer to Australia in any way?
I'm no expert either. I've been researching my family history for six years and had some articles on them published in regional magazines.