Sarah Salway is a novelist and poet living in Kent. She grew up surrounded by gardens as the daughter of garden historian and writer, Elizabeth Peplow, and is now a full member of the Garden Media Guild. Sarah is the recipient of Fellowships from Hawthornden in Scotland, the VCCA in the USA, and was the Royal Literature Fund Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science. This book started during her term as Canterbury Laureate, and more gardens and photographs can be found on her website, www.writerinthegarden.com.
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