Poetry, prose, chapbook, 48 pages, from Bottlecap Features.
Frances Mulholland’s debut collection explores the choices made when venturing into uncharted territory, whether physical or emotional. Desert romances in wartime sit alongside workplace flirtations in this collection of poetry and short fiction.
Exploring the motivations behind betrayal, petty theft, and social media curation, this collection spans time and place, traversing not only liminal spaces but also liminal people – wanderers, dreamers, traitors, all bound by a common yearning to discover if they belong somewhere.
Frances Mulholland lives and writes in Northumberland, surrounded by the selkies and bansidhe of childhood folk tales. Her poems and short stories have appeared in Litro, Mslexia, Fragmented Voices, Mookychick and other publications.