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Evangeline’s discovery of a Victorian journal sets in motion a high-octane adventure fusing past, present and myth. When Evangeline comes across a Victorian plant hunter’s journal at Kew, it is the sign she’s been waiting for. Its author, Edwin ‘Chile’ Morgan, claims to have discovered a living myth:  the World Tree. Morgan’s words share life […]

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Lost & Waiting: the Exhibition

Magic(al) Realism

What it is, what it’s not, its origins, characteristics and exponents Magic Realism is a mode of literature most often associated with Latin American authors, in particular, Isabel Allende and Gabriel García Márquez, and is taken to mean the incorporation of mythical and/or fantastical elements in an otherwise realistic narrative. But this definition doesn’t tell […]

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Influences

My writing is influenced by mythology; the tales we tell ourselves, why we create myths, how we respond to the myths we hear.  Interests Trees, plant diversity, human-plant interaction, climate change, the environment, mythology, linguistics, writer-reader interaction. I love to read Fiction (short and long): magic realism, myth, folklore, weird fiction, metafiction, off-kilter realities, genre-bending, […]

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About Me

Welcome! I write fiction to celebrate plants and nature. My genre is magic realism. As such, you can expect my writing to present the supernatural in a real-world setting. Along the way, it is vivid and playful. It embraces oral tradition, and delves into myth to reflect identity and society. As a child, I loved […]

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