Ann-Marie Spittle

Ann-Marie Spittle

Ann-Marie Spittle: IWVPA Bronze Helmet Top Poet Award of Excellence - May 2006
Ann-Marie is an ex-British Army Lance Corporal who served 9½ years as a WRAC (Women’s Royal Army Corps) military Clerk. When the Corps was disbanded and the ladies were integrated into the Regular Army regiments associated with their respective trades, Ann-Marie served with the Adjutants Generals Corps. She quips that she joined the Army because the rest of her family were members of the RAF (Royal Air Force) and she “likes to be different.”

Currently studying for a BA (Hons) in Humanities with English Literature and Language, Ann-Marie hopes to become an English teacher for High School students.

Over the past 20 years Ann-Marie has written all styles of poetry, mostly emotional and spiritual, but the writings listed on her IWVPA index are her first attempts at war/veteran related poetry; she plans to write more of the same.

With writings published in anthologies by Anchor Press, Distant Echoes, and on other poetry websites, she hopes, in the future, to have her work published as an anthology of her own.


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