Adele Evershed is an early years educator and writer. She was born in South Wales and lived there for the first eighteen years of her life. She would travel the A470 every summer to holiday with her family in North Wales. Adele has lived in Hong Kong and Singapore before settling in Connecticut. She writes in a room overlooking a wall of trees that remind her of the woods of her childhood.
Mae Adel Evershed yn ddysgwr blynyddoedd cynnar a sgwennwr. Ganwyd yn ne Cymru lle bu’n byw am ddeunaw mlynedd. Byddai’n teithio ar hyd yr A470 bob haf i dreulio’r gwyliau gyda’i theulu yn y gogledd. Mae Adele wedi byw yn Hong Kong a Singapôr cyn ymsefydlu yn Connecticut. Mae’n ysgrifennu mewn ystafell â golygfa o bared o goed sy’n ei hatgoffa o goedwigoedd ei phlentyndod.
Adele Evershed was born in Wales and has lived in Hong Kong and Singapore before settling in Connecticut. Her prose and poetry have been published in over a hundred journals and anthologies such as A470, Poems for the Road/ Cerddi’r Ffordd, published by Arachne Press, Connecticut Bards Poetry Review, Every Day Fiction, Grey Sparrow Journal, High Shelf, Reflex Fiction, Shot Glass Journal, and Hole in the Head Review. Adele has recently been nominated for a Pushcart Award and best of the Net for poetry and she won the ‘English Language Poem Award’ at the North American Festival of Wales Eisteddfod this year. Her first poetry chapbook, Turbulence in Small Places, will be published this year by Finishing Line Press.
Adele has poems in A470, Menopause: The Anthology and Byways