poetry pf header

 

 

about Joan     more poems    back to Joan's page

eventslisting

 

home button poets button features button

links button shop button about ppf button email ppf button

 

 

 

Joan Sheridan Smith is a retired teacher of English, recently widowed, with three grown-up children and four grandchildren.  She lives in Ipswich and has also lived in London, Norwich and, most recently, North Yorkshire.

Her first collection, An Autumn Perspective, won the Rosemary Arthur award (National Poetry Foundation, 1995) and she has published two other full collections of poetry and several pamphlets, the most recent being Shall We Dance? (Poetry Monthly Press, 2008).

As well as reading and writing, she enjoys walking and listening to and performing music.  She sings in two choirs.  She dabbles in water colour from time to time and is a lazy gardener.

 

last update:

Joan Sheridan Smith photo

e-mail Joan

and in ppf shop online:
poem card -
Requiem

and in the shop ...
collections -
"Singing the Blues",
Indigo Dreams;

"A Garland for David"
and
"Shall We Dance?",
Poetry Monthly Press

 


of all poems featured on this site remains with the poet
site feedback welcome