|Posted by Natalie Williams on July 11, 2010 at 1:28 PM||comments (1)|
2010 has been an exciting year so far! I've completed my new poetry collection African Princess, and am working on my novel Tighten Nuts Before Driving.
African Princess is a collection of poetry based on my childhood and experiences of Zimbabwe, Africa and the loss, joy and love I learnt there.
I've also recently learnt my poem "Coming Home" will be featured in Poetry Rivals Anthology 2010, which means I may be one of the lucky ones to perform my poem in t...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Natalie Williams on July 31, 2009 at 4:19 PM||comments (1)|
Today I received word that my poem `You Never know' will be featured in this year's London Poetry Pearl Anthology! Very excited to be included in this anthology.
More details below.
London Poetry Pearl: Poetry Anthology Celebrating the 5th Year of London Poetry Festival 2009 By Imsonium Books Dated: Jul 25, 2009 London Poetry Pearl Life's London Poetry Elleesium, a poetry anthology publishing 64 poets in celebration of London Poetry Fe...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Natalie Williams on May 7, 2008 at 8:17 AM||comments (0)|
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|Posted by Natalie Williams on April 18, 2008 at 7:22 PM||comments (1)|
Well, a few months after completion of the poetry collections mentioned on my site: Theodore in November and Daydreams in Mermaid Grass, I have agreed publication and an offer.
Publication date is to be confirmed, but I am very excited to see the finished article!
A lot of time and personal creativity went into these works; I almost feel as if they are my children who now will be born to live their own lives. I finally am setting them free to explore your world!
The co...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Natalie Williams on March 17, 2008 at 1:13 PM||comments (0)|
Is time inevitable? Standing between minutes are moments are divisions where no thought or idea is alive or created.
Time takes so long to pass, but is it concrete, markable, defined?
Are our lives merely hourglasses, with drops of blood the sands we mark our days by?
|Posted by Natalie Williams on November 30, 2007 at 6:27 AM||comments (4)|
Is there such a thing as masculine or feminine writing? If so, which one am I? Which would I like to be? Is it necessary to appeal to both genders, to transcend both dynamics and become a unisexual author, if there is such a thing? A story must communicate something to all, or must it pin-point to the very heart of one soul?