Jennifer Pulling is a successful writer in several genres. Her latest play, Bird of Fire, formed part of her Seashore Theatre Company’s Theatre Trail during the Adur Festival 2011. Past plays have toured southern England. She won the Joyce Goun Award for plays produced during Arundel Festivals 2002 -2008. Her play, Primrose, that explored the relationship between Harold and Primrose Shipman, gained Arts Council funding and had a professional reading at the Congress Theatre in 2009. Homecoming won the Clemence Dane Award in 2010.
Her short stories have been published widely and she has won Writers’ News short story competitions and the Montpelier Literary Society’s Award. She has been short listed on many occasions in national competitions.
Jennifer is a long experienced journalist. Her features have appeared in many national newspapers - Daily Telegraph, The Times, Daily Mail etc and magazines such as Woman’s Journal, Woman’s Weekly and OK. She worked as a travel journalist, writing for British Airways High Life and for the television programme, Travel Live.
She has published four non-fiction books one of which, Feasting and Fasting, was a best seller. She toured the country doing radio and television interviews. She is currently working on a novel set in Giverny, home of the impressionist painter, Claude Monet, and a memoir/travelogue of her life in Sicily and work with feral cats.
She tutors a unique approach to creative writing: Unleash Your Imagination.