After life in London as a journalist, herbalist and hypnotherapist, Claire Booker has up-sticked and now lives in Rottingdean, between the south downs and the English Channel. Sky and sea often feature in her poetry. She is currently working on a pamphlet inspired by Brighton’s fishing and farming heritage.
Her poetry has appeared on Guernsey buses, in Ambit, Magma, Poetry News, North, The Rialto, The Spectator and Stand, among others. Her debut pamphlet Later There Will Be Postcards is out with Green Bottle Press. She blogs at http://www.bookerplays.co.uk.