Throughout 2015 Sarah Jackman has been working with Swansea Print Workshop to deliver their 15 Years, People and Printmaking Project – a project celebrating 15 Years of Creativity for the organisation. “For me, this project marks the end of 10 years’ association with the arts organisation and editing the special anniversary publication featuring 50 amazing printmakers has been a pleasure and honour,” Sarah
View a sample of the bi-lingual English/Welsh publication here
15 Years, People and Printmaking | ISBN 978-0-9544976-7-5 | Published November 2015 | Available to purchase from Swansea Print Workshop
Published in 2014, edited by Sarah Jackman, Dylan Thomas Dialogues is a bi-lingual English/Welsh publication to mark Swansea Print Workshop’s contribution to the centenary of the poet’s birth. The publication celebrates the project’s aim of encouraging dialogue between visual artists and writers on the creative process.
ISBN 978-0-9544976-4-4 | 2014 | View the publication here
Sarah Jackman’s article How To Finish Your Novel features in the June (2014) edition of Writing Magazine
Leaves and Geese : latest short story
“Stories of love from Wales: 14 women authors write about love, desire, heartbreak, sex, longing and guilt. Happy and sad, funny and fierce, they include stories of marriage, first love, affairs, what might have been, and all the messy joy and pain of human relationships. Edited by Janet Thomas.”
“I always love being involved with Honno – a great team: passionate about writing and writers!” Sarah
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All Shall Be Well Anthology | Out May 2012
“Great to have my story selected for ‘All Shall Be Well’ – an anthology celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Welsh Women’s Press, Honno. Congratulations to Honno for their amazing achievement and here’s to another 25 years!”
Sarah is attending the Launch Party @ The Hay Festival on 4 June 2012
All Shall Be Well, Honno’s 25th anniversary anthology, brings together a wonderful and absorbing collection of writing by Welsh women taken from the fiction and non-fiction anthologies published by the press over the last quarter of a century.
Fiction writers such as Patricia Duncker, Sian James, Sarah Jackman and Jo Mazelis contribute tales of tangled relationships, discovery loss and love, told with wit and compassion, while non fiction ranges from the horror of Belsen through the eyes of a Welsh nurse, to the swinging sixties with Molly Parkin.
Since it was formed, Honno has published anthologies on subjects such as motherhood, travel, change and wicked women. The result is a thrilling range of work from new and, by now, established writers.
Speaking of the 25 pieces chosen for the anthology, editors Penny Thomas and Stephanie Tillotson said: “All the pieces here are characterised by skill, be that a skill in story-telling, or dexterity in language, rhetorical or aesthetic, a talent for drawing the reader into an experience, or an ability to create a sense of time or place.”
“Really delighted to have Summer Circles published in large print. This edition is published by Charnwood through the support of The Ulverscroft Foundation, a charity working for the visually impaired.”
Buy the edition from Ulverscroft Large Print Books or Amazon; or ask for it at your local library.
You can also buy this edition on Amazon
Twenty-five years of Women’s Publishing @ Dinefwr Literature Festival
30 June 2012. Authors Elin ap Hywel and Sarah Jackman join editors Penny Thomas and Stephanie Tillotson to discuss and read from All Shall be Well: 25at25, a new anthology of Welsh women’s short story writing. This anniversary anthology celebrates 25 years of publishing by independent Welsh women’s press Honno. www.dinefwrliteraturefestival.co.uk
Writer in Residence – Mountains and Islands Retreat @ Clynfyw Cottages
Sarah Jackman, Writer in Residence – Mountains and Islands 2010 Literature Wales (formerly Wales Academi) Writers Retreat at Clynfyw Cottages in Pembrokeshire
An opportunity for writers to relax, write, think and talk their way through a long slow autumn weekend.
A programme of creative writing workshops and one to one tutorial sessions over the weekend of 5 to 7 November 2010 Clynfyw, Nr Aberych Pembrokeshire. SA37 0HF