Tracey Warr’s historical fiction is set in early medieval Europe and centres on real medieval women. ‘I practically inhaled this book,’ writes Poppy Coburn.
‘Human chess played with lives and lands,’ (The Bookbag).
Meanda is a watery exoplanet. The ship’s instruments have declared the planet devoid of intelligent lifeforms. The expedition artist, Frank, thinks he sees something in the water. Other short speculative fiction engages with slime technologies.
A collection of Tracey Warr’s essays on contemporary artists including James Turrell, Helen Chadwick, Marina Abramovic, Christian Thompson, Hayley Newman, and more, coming soon. Available now, children’s and adults’ art and writing workbooks.
From the Blog
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- Goodreads Giveaway and other Book Offers — Tracey Warr Writing
For readers in the United States and Canada A Goodreads Giveaway opens today. There are 10 paperback copies of the first edition of Daughter of the Last King, set in 12th century Wales and Normandy, up for grabs. The Giveaway closes on 17 February. The Giveaway has only been open for a few hours so far and […]Goodreads Giveaway and other Book Offers — Tracey Warr Writing
- Happy Welsh Lover’s Day — Tracey Warr Writing
January 25th is Welsh Lover’s Day, celebrating Saint Dwynwen, a 5th century princess who was thwarted in love. Dwynwen had 23 sisters. She fell in love with Maelon Dafodrill but her father, King Brychan, would not allow her to marry him. Dwynwen fled to the woods, and Maelon was turned into a block of ice. […]Happy Welsh Lover’s Day — Tracey Warr Writing
- Helen of Wales — Tracey Warr Writing
Shortly after Christmas, 1106,* the Norman steward of Pembroke Castle in Wales, Gerald FitzWalter, and his wife, the Welsh noblewoman Nest ferch Rhys, were invited to feast with Gerald’s bitter enemies King Cadwagn and his son Prince Owain. Cadwagn gave lip service to the Norman king but Owain was one of the lead rebels harrassing […]Helen of Wales — Tracey Warr Writing