Journey By Gail Aldwin

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“It’s taken years of drafting and redrafting novels, playing around with poetry, structuring short stories, to come to a point where I feel entitled to call myself a writer…”


Gail Aldwin is a prize-winning writer of short fiction and poetry. Her stories are included in Flash Fiction Festival One (Ad Hoc Fiction, 2017), Gli-ter-ary (Bridge House Publishing, 2017) What I Remember (EVB Press, 2015) Dorset Voices (Roving Press, 2012). She teaches creative writing in Dorset. Find Gail @gailaldwin and

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