Photo by: Paul Cristina

A room of my own – in the UK!

I am so thrilled, and so honoured to have won the inaugural Di Yerbury writer’s residency presented at the Society of Women Writers literary festival at the NSW State Library on Saturday. Generously donated by Professor Yerbury, the residency will give me three months quiet research and writing time in the historic and beautiful North Devon town of…

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Why I wrote I, Morgana

I wrote (and published) the Shalott trilogy almost 15 years ago, but the legend of King Arthur and the doom of Camelot stayed with me through the years while I wrote the Janna Mysteries, A Ring Through Time and several other novels.  I’d become fascinated with ‘the wicked witch’ and ‘the jealous bitch’ (ie Morgan…

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Dream Big, Read Often

Melissa Wray has just posted a new interview (with me) on her blog Dream Big, Read Often. It’s very generous of Melissa to offer me the spot, while answering interview questions is always fun and often quite challenging! Please check it out: http://melissawray.blogspot.com/2014/08/in-conversation-with-felicity-pulman.html.  Thanks Melissa!

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The Lady and the Unicorn

Probably the only time Morgana was truly happy was when she spent time with Launcelot at Joyous Garde.  He commissioned a set of tapestries for the hall, and charged Morgana with their design – and for this I’ve borrowed ideas from the exquisite Lady and the Unicorn tapestries seen some years ago at the Musee National du…

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Morgana’s garden

One of the fun things I had to do while writing I, Morgana was to make a plan of a medieval garden for Glastonbury Priory. I envisioned a giant wheel with ‘spokes’ separating each different segment – for medicinal herbs, household plants, food, kitchen cookery, etc with herbers in the corner for the nuns’ contemplation and…

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