Wendy Pratt *not currently accepting applications*


*** Please note Wendy is currently working with a mentee and is not accepting applications at this time ***

Wendy Pratt was born in Scarborough, North Yorkshire in 1978. She now lives just outside Filey. She studied Biomedical Science at Hull University and has worked as a Microbiologist at the local NHS hospital for some years. She is also about to complete a BA in English Literature with the Open University and is hoping to study towards her MA in creative writing next year.

She started trying to fashion a career out of her writing in 2008 and has since enjoyed publication of her poetry in many journals and magazines including: Interpreter’s House, Pennine Platform, Prole, Envoi, Other Poetry, Acumen, The Frogmore Papers and The English Chicago Review.

Wendy’s first poetry pamphlet, Nan Hardwicke Turns into a Hare was published by Prolebooks in 2011 and was well received, being reviewed favourably in the TLS. The collection centred on the loss of Wendy and her husband’s baby daughter, who died during an emergency C-section in April 2010.

Her first full size collection, Museum Pieces is also published by Prolebooks. It went to print in December 2013 and was officially launched in January 2014. The collection is being well received and already has several positive reviews. The concept of the collection is that of a museum where memories, events, objects, thoughts are touchstones for something deeper; the poems artefacts to be observed.


  • Fiction
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I am happy to offer up to five hours mentoring by email.


By email


Filey, West Yorkshire