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Full Name: Suzie Grogan
Timezone: Europe/London
Website: http://www.suziegrogan.co.uk
Biography: I am a London-born writer, researcher and editor, published on the subjects of health (focusing on mental health), women's issues and social history. I am currently working on three commissions for Pen and Sword Books and the first, Shell Shocked Britain: The First World War's legacy for Britain's mental health is published in October 2014. In my spare time I dabble in fiction and have published three ghost stories. Married with two children - one a philosopher, one a high jumper - I live in Somerset but have my heart in the Lake District and London. My long-standing passion for poetry, especially John Keats, has led to the wicked rumour that there are three people in my marriage....

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Over the years, I’ve written about some of life’s certainties — birth, death, time and change. You can guarantee we will all experience those things. ...
    This is the moment she lets down her hair, newly washed at the Belfast sink, and offers it to a beneficent sun. The coiled braids, set...
  It is said that John Milton was Blind And the world that he served was Unkind So he waited to See Standing Gloriously For he couldn’t go blind in ...
  Samuel fancied a Dream But Xanadu vanished Abeam Of the pipe and the Puff For the love of the Stuff He imagined a higher Esteem...
  "The problem is not so much to see what nobody has yet seen, as to think what nobody has yet thought concerning that which everybody sees"  Arthur ...

Latest Comments

Rosy Cole Florence
17 June 2020
Thank you for your delightful comment. It is good to reflect on a way of life that has been lost.
Stephen Evans Florence
16 June 2020
Enjoyed this so much. Charming, evocative, and lyrical.
Monika Schott PhD Farm Reflections: Lands faraway
15 June 2020
Thanks Rosy. The story had to be told and I've been the fortunate person to be able to tell it. The ...
Stephen Evans Milton: A Limerick
15 June 2020
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Rosy Cole Farm Reflections: Lands faraway
15 June 2020
Monika has taken us on a wonderfully illuminating journey, full of interest and humanity. We are so ...