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Author of The Greek Seaman and Amorphous Angelic, Selected Poems.


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Biography of Jacqueline Howett
Jacqueline Howett was born in 1954 and educated in London, England. Her parents divorced when she was twelve years old. Her mother, Leila, a Greek lady, who worked in the London Fashion world, gave her the gift of another language. Her father, Leslie W. Howett, a naturalist and gifted artist who came from Kent, England met Leila while serving in the RAF in Greece. At sixteen Jacqueline Howett began her own travels of the world as a dancer, and at eighteen began writing her autobiography living at sea while married to a Greek chief officer, whose life soon came to a tragic ending. London, Europe & America, became Jacqueline's playground.

The changing scenery in London, from the late seventies to the mid eighties with the novelty of Arabs, giving out easy money, while they became educated, had followed by the left over stench in the air of the Iran war. Heavy metal bands, drugs, the AID scares and the confusing beginnings of the first computers taking over, that empted the paper shelves to discs were all part of the horrors that made her flee to North Wales where she continued to edit the novel, Cass. Again, she had to flee from there, due to the Welsh politics of the time, which were burning the British bought homes there. Who knew? Since 1989, she continued her writing living in the U.S.A. After living in Florida and California, she became a US citizen in Tampa, Florida, in April 1993 and there after settled in Maine for twelve years. She returned to Florida to live in 2002.

"Amorphous Angelic" selected poems is now available as an eBook on Amazon Kindle for 99 cents and also in the UK. It was written from 1983-1985 in London, England during her own rebirth, while in a celibate/hermit repose, prior to moving to America, and will remain her most memorable poems. It was a time Howett seriously began to dedicate herself to her life’s works in a mature form, writing in her London sanctuary; plays, poetry, novels, reading the classics, and dabbling with instruments and listening to classical music for a period after placing rock n roll on hold. It was also a time of reconnecting to her creative spirit, within a state of celibacy, through a very drastic death/rebirth experience that she vaguely explains in her novel CASS. More Sample poems from the book are available on her website. Click on My Other Poems.



Some of Jacqueline’s early reading Influences came from biographies, and many of the classics. Wordsworth, Coleridge, the Persian and Middle Eastern Poets, Kurt Vonnegut, Mary Renault, Oscar Wilde, Euripides, Henrick Ibsen, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Gustave Flaubert, Guy de Maupassant, Shakespeare, Homer, Steinbeck, William Golding, H.G. Wells, D.H. Lawrence, John Milton, Shelly, Robert Lewis Stevenson, Rudyard Kipling, Daphne Dumaurier, John Paul Sartre, Hermann Hesse, E.M. Forster, Mark Twain, Charlotte Bronte, Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, George Sands, Sylvia Plath, Edga Allan Poe, Chaucer, John Milton, Arthur Miller, Chekhov, Aeschylus, Euripides and Faulkner are to mention just a few.

A new process in her own metamorphosis began her transition to terra firma, with her letting go of her old emotional ties to Europe, and to finally start living in more awareness the American life, after completing her novels, The Greek Seaman and Cass. Both these novels took place in Europe, and it seems strange to say, how she never realized to her fullest that she was living in America while writing them. Her third novel is now in first draft and takes place in America.




Her poems from the book Amorphous Angelic were dedicated to her father, who visited her in America in the year 2000, who she had not seen in twenty years. She has since seen him two more times in Florida.

Jacqueline was inspired to compile Amorphous Angelic for publishing while living in Maine, after her Greek born Mother died in 1996 in London.

More recently Jacqueline has published micro fiction in Alien Skin magazine and has newer poetry in Long Story Short Magazine in October, Novemember, and Decemeber 2010 and forthcoming in February 2011.






Jacqueline when not writing, enjoys the beach. She is also an Artist.
For updates visit her blog or her website. If you wish to buy a copy from Amazon, please hit on the bottom amazon link on the book page, top link is faulty. Thanks.   

Email contact: jacquelinehowett@yahoo.com
Blog:http://jacquelinehowett.blogspot.com/
Website: http://authorjacquelinehowett.weebly.com
          

Birth Place
London,  England
Accomplishments

Published an e-Book, and hope to publish several more. I have published a book of poetry by Elivlio Publishing titled: Amorphous Angelic, Selected Poems and is now an Ebook on Kindle for 99 cents. More recently In May/June 2010 I was published in 'Alien Skin Magazine,' with a micro fiction piece titled, The next take. And my latest poetry in 'Long Story Short Magazine' was published throughout October, November and December 2010 and in February 2011. I've also had poetry anthology in the Taj Mahal Review. (1st edition), and various venues online. I've written several Plays and I'm also an abstract Fine artist.

Additional Information

Happy to finally have Amorphous Angelic, Selected Poems published on Amazon Kindle this month. My Blog is only been up since November 2010 and I have just started to Facebook. Its lots of fun. Also I am now at Goodreads and have given some reviews to authors offering their books. I am now hoping to set time aside in a while to start re-editing my second novel, CASS.I have also two more poetry books and some childrens books and cook books in the wings to shape up yet, so I shall be busy enough I guess. Have a great New year everyone. Jacqueline Howett

Favorite Links

My Website: Novels and poetry by Jacqueline Howett
Jacqueline Howett Author of the Greek Seaman and Amorphous Angelic, Selected Poems. Updates can now be found also on my blog.You can also follow via Facebook. Links are at blog.

Jacqueline Howett's Blog
Blog: jacqueline Howett's Blog. (Spiced coffee & interesting Sightings)writers journey, reviews and of other poets and authors, interesting sightings, books, publishing, gossip, fun, writing, talking about my books. YouTube, video reading excerpts from The Greek Seaman and Amorphous Angelic, Selected Poems. How to buy, sharing cooking recipes and photos and comments, books, art link.




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