by Cheryl Pearson
3rd prize winner in the Bare Fiction Prize for Poetry 2015
(Mam Tor, whose name means “Mother Hill, and which is also known as “Shivering Mountain”, is a hill in the Peak ... Read More...
Cheryl Pearson lives and writes in the suburbs of Manchester. Her poems have appeared in publications including 14 Magazine, Skylark Review, and all three “Best of Manchester Poets” anthologies (Puppywolf Press). She was a finalist for the Princemere Poetry Prize 2015 and won 3rd prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Poetry 2015.
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