Jane Campbell (1965, E) is a multi-award-winning poet from Belfast, who now lives in an off-grid, homemade tiny house, overlooking the magical Cwm Teifi river, growing food and working with other writers. Jane worked in London for many years with adults and children with A.I.D.S. before becoming a writer. She gained an MA in Creative Writing from the University of Wales, Trinity St David. She has won the 2022 Disability Arts Cymru creative writing award and the 2021 Geoff Stevens Memorial Poetry Prize. Her debut collection Slowly as Clouds is published by Indigo Dreams. Other work has also appeared in The Lampeter Review, One Hand Clapping and Bloody Amazing, Saboteur’s best anthology for 2021. Her poem The Gardener was featured in a BBC Wales programme Giants in the Sky. She describes herself as ‘an eco-feminist rebel-dyke poet’.
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