Beaded Quill (BQ) has three published books of poetry to her name. Her other work includes essays on art, travel articles and short stories. She also offers specialist editing services at Words ‘n All Editing.
BQ was born and raised in the southernmost reaches of Africa, albeit amongst oaks and turtle doves. After studying on scholarships at universities in Cape Town, San Diego and Oxford, BQ taught English in South America and Poland, lectured in art history and worked for Africa’s largest opera company. Currently London-based, loves to dance to balance the imaginings in her writer’s head. In addition to playing the viola, BQ’s current diversion is learning Bachata, a glorious dance from the Dominican Republic.
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