Judith Dimond is a lay member of St Martin’s and St Paul’s Church in Canterbury, and a Companion of the Society of St Francis.
Retired now from work in both the public and voluntary sectors, in addition to her prose writing for SPCK, she also writes poetry, and is published in various anthologies and journals. She gains most support and friendship from being part of ‘common room poets’, a group of seven women poets in East Kent. Their most recent anthology is Mirror Writing.
Her family life centres around her very unidentical twin daughters, two lively grandchildren, and a large extended family. She lives with her husband in what was once a pub, and together they enjoy exploring the coasts of Kent and Northern France. She is author of Gazing on the Gospels, Year B (SPCK, 2008) andGazing on the Gospels, Year C (SPCK, 2009) and is currently completing the series where she should have started, in Year A!
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