Based near Frome, Somerset, Rosie Jackson offers workshops in poetry and memoir writing in the UK and world-wide, as well as individual mentoring. 

She is a Hawthornden Fellow 2017.

Rosie is widely published. Her seven books include The Glass Mother, The Light Box, Mothers Who Leave and What the Ground Holds. 

In 2017 she won 1st prize in the Cookham Festival Stanley Spencer Competition, 1st and 2nd Prize in the Berkshire Competition, and 3rd prize in the Hippocrates Open Competition. She is a member of Arts and Health South West.

‘Rosie is a fine, fine writer.’ Daniel Ladinsky, Hafiz: The Gift

‘If you are looking for an exceptional editor, Rosie is worth her weight in gold.’ Sophie Sabbage, The Cancer Whisperer, 2016

‘Rosie’s workshops did more for me than the entire M.A. course. Her generosity of spirit lifts work to new, exciting levels.’ Deborah Gregory, The Cornflake House