Georgina left school and home at 16, lived in Australia and Canada. In her late twenties she took 'A' Levels, then graduated in Philosophy from Durham University. She co-wrote (as Jane Clack) Satellite City - a sitcom broadcast on BBC Wales in the 1990s. She lives in Cornwall, is a 'seer' for her sight-impaired husband and has been writing poetry since 2015. Her work has been published in a number of anthologies and journals, including: Luminous Echoes (Into the Void, 2016); Poems to Keep (Dempsey & Windle, 2017); The Journal; South; Orbis; The Frogmore Papers; Runcible Spoon; The Moth; Shot Glass Journal. She has twice been shortlisted in the Bridport Prize (2015 & 2016) and was Highly Commended in the YorkFest Poetry Competition 2018. She was shortlisted in the Aesthetica Creative Writing Award 2019, the Bedford International Writing Competition 2019 and the Brian Dempsey Memorial Prize 2020.
Under the Influence of Ursa Minor On summer nights driven from the mean room with its lean-to lav, by air that knew only a sordid breathing, we slouched streets uncompromised by lamplight, for a fly-tipped mattress; an upholstered road-kill to lie, side by side, mind by mind, narcotising our Earth-shattered dreams in the stars. - Highly Commended in YorkFest 2018 The Hadal Zone Unfathomably alien, darkly devoid; bioluminescences bloom. Maritime miasma, spawning desolation; abyssal gametes fuse. Primordial nomads, enraptured by depth; freakshow exquisite in gloom. Blind mouths feed. - First published by The Hedgehog Poetry Press 2018 - Shortlisted in the Aesthetica Creative Writing Award 2019
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