Sylvia Jean Dickinson lives in Chichester, but has also lived in London and Sweden.
She was born into a multicultural community in Cape Town. This is often the focus of her writing, as shown in her story, Flyover Stalker published in the Decibel Penguin Anthology Vol (2006).
However in the Closure Anthology (Peepal Tree Press, 2015), her story ‘Amber Light’ is set in London.
While sitting, where the Atlantic froths the shore, in the Cape, she wrote A Place to Call Home for the anthology of poems inspired by Chichester, A Track of Light (University of Chichester 2010).
Her short story Arabella’s Dance, a fantasy rewriting of The Mad Hatters Tea Party, will be published soon.
- Location: Chichester, West Sussex
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org