Sarah Crossan

Sarah Crossan is originally from Dublin and now lives in Hertfordshire. She trained as an English and drama teacher. Her verse novel about conjoined twins, One, won many awards including the 2016 CILIP Carnegie Medal and was joint winner of the 2016 CLiPPA. Her earlier verse novel The Weight of Water was also shortlisted for both of these awards. She is the co-author with Brian Conaghan of We Come Apart. Her verse novel Moonrise was shortlisted for the CLiPPA 2018.

Find out more about Sarah at www.sarahcrossan.com and on twitter @SarahCrossan

 

Video Interviews

Sarah Crossan - How do you go about writing your poetry

Sarah Crossan - How do you go about writing your poetry?

Sarah Crossan - How do you work on your poems

Sarah Crossan - How do you work on your poems?

Sarah Crossan - How does poetry make you feel

Sarah Crossan - How does poetry make you feel?

Sarah Crossan - How should we use poetry in the classroom

Sarah Crossan - How should we use poetry in the classroom?

Sarah Crossan - Why does the verse novel appeal to you as a writer

Sarah Crossan - Why does the verse novel appeal to you as a writer?

Sarah Crossan - What poems do you remember from your childhood

Sarah Crossan - What poems do you remember from your childhood?

Sarah Crossan - Why is poetry important

Sarah Crossan - Why is poetry important?

Sarah Crossan - What is special about writing poetry for children

Sarah Crossan - What is special about writing poetry for children?

Sarah Crossan - What advice would you give on performing poetry?

Sarah Crossan - What advice would you give on performing poetry?