Standard Name: Jamie, Kathleen
Birth Name: Kathleen Jamie
KJ is a contemporary poet who has also published remarkable travel writing and edited poetry anthologies. She feels that her Scots nationality has been an advantage to her, enabling her to write and develop independently of what she calls the metropolitical literary pundits.
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SH says she relies on her unconscious for inspiration: It comes together by itself, if you trust it.
She says she has been and still is liable to feelings of embarrassment about her work...
Taylor, Debbie. “Deconstructing creativity”. Mslexia, pp. 9 - 13.
|Literary responses||Sara Maitland||
This book was warmly welcomed in The Guardian by Kathleen Jamie , who found it both unique and timely, written with great skill, judgment and good humour.
Jeanette Winterson picked it as a favourite read...
Jamie, Kathleen. “Noises off”. The Guardian.
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26 September 2009
The Guardian newspaper carried a number of poems and short prose pieces commissioned in support of the 10:10 initiative to reduce carbon emissions.