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Camilla Reeve founded Palewell Press in 2016 and is currently the Senior Editor. She regularly hosts book events and joins panel discussions on subjects related to literature about the refugee crisis. Camilla is the author of five poetry collections (Travels of a Spider, Travelling East by Road and Soul, Raft of Puffins, Tales from Two Cities, and What I tell myself at night) and a eco-fantasy novel for Young Adults (The Cloud Singer). Before becoming a publisher, she had 30 years’ experience in IT and Technical Change Management within the Retail and Telecommunications Sectors. In her spare time, she mentored school-leavers through the Mayor of London’s office and social work students at UCL, and worked as a volunteer warden on Skomer Island Bird Sanctuary. Currently, she volunteers in a Community Cafe. Camilla holds a degree in Sociology & Politics in the School of African and Asian Studies at Sussex University and a Diploma in Social Administration at the London School of Economics.

Social Media Volunteers

Between 2022 and 2023, Palewell Press had five Social Media volunteers. They posted text and images to promote our books and events. We are currently seeking volunteers for this role. If you would like to help promote our books and events on Social Media, please contact Camilla Reeve.

Event Volunteers

Some of our Volunteers help us to organise and run Palewell Press events. For instance, at our One-Day Book Festival in October 2023, we were thrilled to have the help of Jenny Messer, Nick Alldridge, Grace Tannen, Jeremy Wallace and Simon Lichman. If you would like to help run one of our events, please get in touch.


Contact Information

Camilla Reeve, Senior Editor

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