KATIE BENNETT-HALL is a thirty-something journalist and writing lesbian Londoner. She is co-founder and former editor-in-chief of the Planet London and Planet Brighton websites and contributed hundreds of articles for the LBQ community including book & film reviews, celebrity interviews, opinion pieces and features between 2011 and 2015 as editor.
Katie's latest project is the quirky podcast 'Inspector Detective On Chan Tay; which she co-wrote and co-performed alongside Sally McFerran (available on the Lesbian Lounge Podcast channel). Katie released her debut short poetry collection 'The Nature of Fragments' (2016), and was published in the charity short story anthology 'L Is For...' (2014) and the Warwick MA Student anthology 'Manifest' (2018). Katie is the creator and screenwriter of the first London LBQ webseries 'She's in London' which is available to watch at www.shes-in-london.com. Katie is the 2015 Ultimate Planet Awards journalist of the year and 'She's in London' is the 2015 Ultimate Planet Awards webseries of the year. She is currently writing her first novel.
A poet since the age of 5, creative writing cup winner at high school, writing is all she ever wanted to do.
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A wonderful collection of short stories from some of the UK's current best-selling lesbian fiction authors takes you on a journey of tears, laughter, love and lust. With proceeds of all sales going to the charity R U Coming Out, this is one anthology that will hopefully sell for years to come.
Contributing authors:- VG Lee, Suzanne Egerton, Kiki Archer, Deborah Underwood, Angela Peach, Sarah Bolger, Clare Lydon, Crin Claxton, Angela Clerkin, HP Munro, Nic Herriot, Karen Campbell, Frances Gapper, Jade Winters, Tanith Nyx, Andrea Bramhall, Rain McAlistair, Katie Bennett-Hall, Chloe A Marshall
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A new collection of poetry called 'The Nature of Fragments'. The Nature of Fragments is an exciting debut short collection of poetry that explores the interface of physics and the physical, and a little bit of the political with contemporary poems questioning love, life and beyond.
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