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About Patricia M Osborne
Patricia M Osborne is married with grown-up children and grandchildren. She was born in Liverpool but now lives in West Sussex. In 2019 she graduated with an MA in Creative Writing (University of Brighton).
Patricia writes novels, poetry and short fiction, and has been published in various literary magazines and anthologies. She has two published novels, House of Grace and The Coal Miner’s Son.
She has a successful blog at Patriciamosbornewriter.com where she features other writers and poets. When Patricia isn’t working on her own writing, she enjoys sharing her knowledge, acting as a mentor to fellow writers and as an online poetry tutor with Writers’ Bureau.
You can contact Patricia via the following medias:-
Facebook: Patricia M Osborne,Writer @triciaosbornewriter
Twitter: Patricia M Osborne@PMOsborneWriter|
- Title: Taxus Baccata
- ISBN: 978-1913499099
- Pages: 34
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“Reading the poems together is like stepping into a forest where each tree has a highly individual character. Patricia M Osborne does really well to conjure up such a playful range of voices that feel different yet enhance one another, and her shifts in stanza length add brilliant disruption.”
– John McCullough – Poet (Shortlisted for the Poetry Costa Award 2019)
“Patricia M Osborne writes of the natural world with keen observation and a sensitivity for the trees and flowers, birds and animals that fill it. In this collection we learn of traditions, mythology and lore, factual information and fantasy, mingling in one glorious cornucopia. Patricia casts her true poet’s eye over it all, and clothes it in images to enchant the reader.”
– Alison Chisholm – Poet and Poetry Columnist on Writing Magazine