Sarah Miles
a little about..

Sarah Miles

Sarah has many passions in life: cookery, photography, The Archers, gin…but it is writing that makes her tick. She started writing publicly through blogging and was selected to guest blog for Caitlin Moran’s website for the launch of her books ‘How to be a Woman’ and ‘Moranthology’.

She rekindled her love of creative writing in 2013, going on to be a finalist in the BiB Awards (writing category) and won a national writing competition from a prompt set by Lionel Shriver (We Need to talk about Kevin). However, she found her niche in poetry and flash fiction and has been published in various anthologies such #MeToo (Fair Acre Press), Slow Things (The Emma Press) and magazines such as The Interpreter’s House, Prole and South Bank Poetry. She is currently branching out into to lyric writing and has recently script-edited a short theatre piece about the life and work of Erik Satie.

Sarah also runs Paper Swans Press and organises the Tunbridge Wells Poetry Festival.

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Blog

Keeping busy...

Erik Satie comes to Hastings Fringe Festival

I’m still buzzing from Wednesday night when we performed our debut of our new theatre piece, Mémoires d’un Amnésique, a multimedia...

Mémoires d’un Amnésique

I’ve been working into the wee small hours recently, on this little gem. An Amusia production, I have script edited...

Busy? Just a bit…

…and yet I find time to sneak in a long overdue blog post. Hurrah. About time and, actually, part of...

Launch of #MeToo Anthology

Launch of #MeToo Anthology

Yesterday was International Women’s Day and also the launch of the #MeToo anthology, a collection of poems written by women...