The Writers of Wales Database
44 Maesyderi, Lampeter, Ceredigion SA48 7EP
Tel: (01570) 423167
Poet and freelance journalist. Sue has lived in Wales since 1976 and has been actively involved in literature, including helping run and edit a magazine. She also founded and chaired a writers’ workshop. Her poems have appeared in several anthologies, including Exchanges (Honno), Poetry Wales 25 Years (Seren Books), Poets Against Apartheid (CND Cymru), The Whispering Room (Kingfisher) and Work (Katabasis). Her work has also appeared in a wide range of magazines and periodicals, including Planet, New Welsh Review and Women’s Review. Sue is a Member of Academi.
With respect to In The Green Seascape (Lapwing, 2009)
"…Sue Moules underscores the portraits, memories and close observations of her changing world with a sense of life's brevity, its 'wave/against the shortening beach'. A genuine humanity illuminates (this collection)…"
"…There is much to admire in these quiet yet vibrant meditations. The poet's ready command of form and language is illuminated by sharp observations…"
Echoes (Outcrop, 1981)
Patterns (Outcrop, 1982)
Metaphors (Spectrum, 1986)
The Copyright of Land (NPF Publications, 2000)
In The Dreamtime (Flarestack, 2006)
In The Green Seascape (Lapwing, 2009)
The Earth Singing (Lapwing, 2010)
Poets Against Apartheid (contributor) (CND Cymru, 1986)
Exchanges (contributor) (Honno, 1990)
Poetry Wales 25 Years (contributor) (Seren, 1995)
The Whispering Room (contributor) (Kingfisher, 1996)
Work (contributor) (Katabasis, 1998)
The Ground Beneath Her Feet (contributor) (Cinnamon Press, 2008)
Mirror Image (co-writer) (Headland, 2009)
The Voice of Women in Wales (contributor) (Wales Women's Coalition, 2010)
The Visitors Anthology (contributor) (Cinnamon Press, 2010)
Glimmer & Other Poems & Stories (contributor) (Cinnamon, 2010)
Of Cake and Words (contributor) (Cledlyn Publishers, 2010)
Eligible Writers on Tour subjects offered:
1. Read and discuss own work
2. Creative writing workshops
3. How to set up a writers’ workshop
4. Freelance journalism
AGE RANGE: Any. Enjoys working with children from nursery age to sixth form. Also giving readings and workshops for adults.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: None, but has school age children, and so prefers not to travel too far to give workshops and readings