Margaret Graham Creative Writing Mentor and Tutor
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Margaret Graham is a prolific bestselling author and has been writing for thirty years. Her novels have been published in the UK, Europe and the USA, so says the blurb, and it's about right.
I've written a couple of plays, co-researched a television documentary - which grew out of my novel Canopy of Silence. I have also written numerous short stories and features.
I am also Contributing Editor and feature writer for
e-Frost Magazine, and teach creative writing, mainly because I enjoy chatting.
I founded the Yeovil Literary Prize to raise funds for the creative arts of the Yeovil area (Somerset) but now I've moved to High Wycombe (closer for babysitting the grandkids) I launched Words for the Wounded. Words for the Wounded is a charity I run with two other grannies, to raise funds for the wounded. Its main source of income is The Georgina Hawtrey-Woore Award and writing events.
I also write under the name Milly Adams and Annie Clark.
I tried retirement, but it didn't suit. I have three grandchildren who come out to play with me, four children, two dogs, a cat, and him indoors who is a dab hand at IT, thank heavens.
I like my garden, the television, reading, and lunching out. I treat The Wellington on the Strand as my local and I love to hear from readers. So do contact me, but be gentle.
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Words for the Wounded is a charity established by Margaret to raise money via writing prizes and donations for the rehabilitation of our wounded servicemen and women. Just write a short story, a real life tale or a poem, of no more than 400 words on any subject - amuse, intrigue, move, inspire. Any or all of these.
For details, to enter the competition or make a donation go to