Camilla with WITM

War, displaced people, climate change and social isolation - these are the subjects Camilla writes about most often. A UK woman poet and novelist, she lives in London with her two crazy rehomed cats. Camilla founded and runs Palewell Press Ltd. In her spare time she is a member of the local Greenpeace group and volunteers in a Community Cafe.

Her poetry collections are Travels of a Spider, 2006; Travelling East by Road and Soul, 2009, from Flipped Eye publishing; Raft of Puffins - Poems for Skomer Island, 2016; Tales from Two Cities, 2018 and What I tell myself at night, 2022, about losing her husband to cancer and her gradual emotional recovery. Her poems have appeared in various anthologies and journals as well as, jointly with Gillian Petrie, A Luminous Man - Muir Hunter recalled with love, 2013; and in the Wordshare Poets' series of pamphlet anthologies: Poems of Water and Wonder, 2012; In Sadness and Solidarity, 2016; and These we have loved, 2017. She enjoys performing her work alongside fellow poets at venues around London and the South-East. In August 2017, Camilla featured with She Grrrowls poets at the Edinburgh Free Fringe and a YouTube recording is available.

Camilla’s first novel is a Young Adult futuristic fantasy looking at the impact of climate change on England’s South Coast. The Cloud Singer, also available on Kindle is Book One in the series Reins of Power. She is currently writing Book Two - The Sea's White Horses.

Camilla Reeve, Senior Editor

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