Felicity Harley is a published journalist, writer and a poet. Born to an English father and a Caribbean mother she was educated in Europe. Felicity has been active in political and social affairs throughout her life, and most recently served as the Executive Director of the World Affairs Council of Connecticut (WACCT) until June 2013, when she left to resume her writing career.
Felicity Harley has most recently been published in an anthology called Gathered Light – On the Poetry of Joni Mitchell. In addition she was accepted by Hartbeat Ensemble as a commissioned writer of the play “Transplant”. In celebration of the 65th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and on behalf of Poets for Human Rights, Felicity was recently the winner of the 2013 Anita McAndrews Award.
Felicity is currently working on a science fiction trilogy and has secured an agent who will represent her work.
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Portraits and Landscapes
by Felicity Harley
Portraits and Landscapes is an eclectic collection of short stories about all of us. The first stories in the collection are about failed romance and how many of us constantly and painfully search for connection in our lives. Other stories take us across the globe, and speak in a variety of voices, which give us brief glimpses of individuals who struggle to make sense of our world.
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