British poet Annie Jenkin lived in Devon, a beautiful part of the UK. Walking on the moors and by the coastline, triggered her main poetic interests. Vocationally, Jenkin  was a career healthcare professional having earned a Professorship in Emergency Care for teaching excellence and achievement as well as an Honorary Fellowship by the British College of Paramedics. Jenkin was considered an authority in the emergency healthcare field. 

Her heart for healing and for people is reflected in her poetry. In her love of nature, as in medicine, nothing escaped her notice. Jenkin’s work appeared regularly in the highly respected online poetry journals Quill and Parchment, and The Avocet, as well as in anthologies produced locally by The Waterfront Writers.

Jenkin began  writing poems  in 2014.  Her favourite themes related to the coastline and countryside—the views, scenery, history, people and wildlife.  Her applied observation and use of imagery offered insights and glimpses into the world she loved to share.

Come Walk with Me: Poems Reflecting Walks Around Devon
by Annie Jenkin
Reviewed by Michael Escoubas



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