Caroline Gill lives in Suffolk, having recently moved from Swansea in Wales, UK, seaside home town of the poet, Dylan Thomas. Caroline lives with her husband David, an archaeologist. She won her first poetry prize at the age of eleven for a poem entitled 'Koala Bear'. Caroline is particularly interested in writing about wildlife, landscape and heritage. She won First Prize in the general section of the international Petra Kenney Poetry Competition in 2007, and served as Representative in Wales for the competition from 2008-2009. Caroline has had over a hundred poems published in anthologies and small press magazines in Europe, the USA and India. One of her poems, 'Preseli Blue' about the Stonehenge Bluestones from Pembrokeshire (published in 'The Lie of the Land', ed. Jan Fortune-Wood, Cinnamon Press), was featured on the BBC radio programme, 'Poetry Please' in 2008.
Caroline enjoys writing, reading, wildlife, bird-watching, visiting historical and archeological sites, card-making and scrapbooking. She is a member of the Poetry Society (UK), the Association of Freelance Writers (UK) and the Association of Christian Writers (ACW).
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