Mab Jones is a “unique talent” (The Times) who has read her work all over the UK, in the US, France, Ireland, and Japan. She is the author of Poor Queen (Burning Eye Books, 2014) and take your experience and peel it (Indigo Dreams, 2016) which won the Geoff Stevens Memorial Poetry Prize. Mab teaches creative writing at Cardiff University, writes for the New York Times, and recently presented a programme on BBC Radio 4.
"Absolutely brilliant" - The Guardian
"She is fantastic!" - BBC Radio Wales
"Mab is fab" - Hugo Williams
"A real creative force" - Evening Post
"Mab Jones' poetry is suffused with a cool wit and a wisdom beyond her years. Her work is beautifully layered and contains bittersweet depths." - Phill Jupitus
"Mab Jones is a whirlwind of controlled, lyrical delirium. Her work is smart and funny, saturated with meaning." - Literary Death Match, USA