J.S. is exceedingly pleased that Monkey Night at the Circus (first published in issue 103 of Acumen) has been chosen as a guest poem on the Acumen website.
You can read it, for a little while at least, by clicking here.
"Where the Owls Blossom" is dark, short story by J.S.Watts. It was published by Pressfuls Digipress last year as part of their Wild Genus anthology, but for some reason didn't seem to get much of an announcement.
So, to make amends, here is "Where The Owls Blossom". You can read it online by clicking here
If you want know how J.S. approaches a new writing project, what she has to have with her in order to write and why her most recent novel, "Elderlight" had a very unfortunate launch, you should pop over to Annalisa's blog, "Blogging With My Fountain Pen", to read the interview.
J.S. Watts and fellow Cambridgeshire-based poet, Jude Simpson are co-judging the 2022 Royston Arts Festival Poetry Competition. The competition is free to enter and is open to residents of Royston and the surrounding villages in North Hertfordshire and South Cambridgeshire.