Interview With A Poet: Caroline Bird
The youngest poet to have a published collection talks advice, inspiration, and the importance of writing.
Caroline Bird is an award-winning writer, whose first poetry collection was published when she was just 15 years old. She has since written 4 more collections and 5 plays. Currently, she is working on the book and lyrics for ‘Dennis The Menace The Musical’ and touring her new book ‘In These Days Of Prohibition’.
Visit her website here
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