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2016 – 2017 poet in residence at Malvern Museum.
Writer, mother and charity shop manager living in the Malvern Hills.
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From a Quaker family, I took a biology degree, working in Cambridge, UK, and Stanford, California, in biology, psychology and psychiatry departments. In between I worked on a pig farm, as a hotel maid, an accountant, in catering and retail. I can milk a cow, lay a hedge, wield a pickaxe and paint watercolours (but not all at the same time). I allowed myself to begin writing fiction in 2001 and poetry in 2003.
“I always find Myfanwy’s take on things as amusing, most definitely thought provoking and layered with a sense of realities that are often missed because we never look beyond the façade, Myfanwy does dig deeper and often sees that there are a mountain of un-answered questions to be discussed.”
Mal Dewhirst, Pollysworda.
“…witty, well crafted and waspish.”
Gary Longden, Garyswordz.
Fox Unkennelled, 2015
First edition limited print run of 100 copies£5.50 including postage (signed if requested) from the poet.
Myfanwy Fox has read at Ledbury Poetry Festival with Malvern Writers’ Circle (2009 – 2014), Worcester Lit Fest since its formation, Swindon Poetry Festival (Drag Kings, 2014) and at many other events. She is a regular with Malvern’s ConFab Cabaret (Fox Pops).
Her work has appeared in journals and anthologies including The Morning Star, Ink, Sweat & Tears, Snakeskin, For Rhino in a Shrinking World, Fit to Work: Poets Against Atos, The Colverstone Review, The Waterhouse Review and many more.