Sarah-Jane’s writing is situated in non-urban spaces, and she writes to try to find alternative spaces that exist in the space between real and imagined.

Her poetry often focuses on nature (without the narrator) and she is currently experimenting with bricolage – using mixtures of found text and image. Fairy-tale and folk myth is another strong theme in her work.

Her poetry can be read in a number of journals, including Wales Haiku Journal, Muddy River Poetry Review, Writers Cafe Magazine, Typishly and Plum Tree Tavern. She has work pending in Black Bough Press Deep Time II.

She was delighted to be shortlisted for the Haiku Foundation’s Touchstone Award this April.