Amanda White is a writer and performer of poetry including two collections by Flambard, individual poems featured in numerous magazines, anthologies, on London buses, performed at literary festivals and in slate as part of her work as Writer in Residence for the Tintagel Regeneration project. She also writes short fiction published in magazines, short film scripts, childrens published by Barefoot Books and travel for Time Out Guides.
She is the founder of THE DAILY HAIKU (6000+ members on FB) and currently blogging on writing, wellbeing and haiku on The Great Margin. After moving from London to West Cornwall with her family twenty years ago she also works as a creative practitioner in educational, healthcare, corporate and community settings. She has also worked in publishing as a literary agent with fiction and non-fiction clients also as an editor including the bestseller Pavement for My Pillow by Chris Kitch. She has also worked as a literary agent and editor in publishing.
Twitter: @amandawhite10 @TheGreatMargin; Facebook www.facebook.com/groups/THEDAILYHAIKU