26 September 2019

The Frogmore Papers #94

Issue 94 of the Frogmore Papers is out and about with a whole host of exciting poets and poems, including the brand new poem Ringed Changes by J.S.Watts and yes, it's a very bright green.

25 September 2019

Things I Wish I'd Known: Getting Rejected

J.S. has embarked on a new series of guest blog posts called "Things I Wish I'd Known". Post number two, "Getting Rejected", is now available to read on the Meier Writers site. You can read it for free by clicking here

From hereon in, posts in the "Things I Wish I'd Known" series will be appearing approximately monthly, so check back here, or on the Meier Writers blog, for the next post round about this time next month.

21 September 2019

October Activities - J.S. in Buntingford

In less than a month's time "Novelist and poet J.S.Watts talks candidly about the journey to becoming a professional writer, with lessons learned and pointers for would-be writers, as well as excerpts from her award winning poetry and fiction."

The event is being held on Saturday, 19th October at Buntingford Library in Buntingford High Street. It will start at 10.30am. Tickets cost £2.00, are bookable in advance and are available online and from the library: https://bit.ly/2lYhmlv and Buntingford Library, 77 High Street, Buntingford, Herts, SG9 9AE

Time willing, J.S. will read an excerpt from each of her published books and may share news about her forthcoming novel, Old Light.


18 September 2019

Things I Wish I'd Known

A while back, J.S. Watts wrote a series of guest posts for Meier Writers called “Questions I Don’t Like Answering”. Now, with Mark Meier’s continued indulgence, she's embarked on another series, this time called “Things I Wish I’d Known.” You can read the introductory post by clicking here.

11 September 2019

Poetry Ireland Review

J.S.Watts is honoured to have a poem in the latest issue (#128) of the Poetry Ireland Review. The poem in question is "Low Flying Buzzards Over The Upper Field" and here is a photo of the poet with the magazine to commemorate its publication.

6 September 2019

Poetry Salzburg Review

J.S.Watts is very pleased to have a new long(ish) poem in #34 of the Poetry Salzburg Review. The poem is titled "Abstractions". To celebrate, here's a photo: