'Joolz ... often brilliant chronicler of life as lived by the less fortunate... School poetry was never like this.' Q Magazine.

'Adopting the shell - shocked fragmented personae of war veterans, bitter young mothers and delinquent drug addicts, Joolz throws a harsh chilling light on modern life...She is also an outrageously funny woman with a biting ridicule taken straight from everyday life.' Sounds Magazine.

'Joolz' work explores the tension between the comedy and tragedy of people's lives in a restrained and perceptive fashion. "People should be moved by art" she says.' Vancouver Sun.

'Hear "House Of Dreams", a live poem as accurate as they come and chuck your Susan Sontag in the bin.' City Limits

Joolz has performed her work throughout Britain, Europe and North America at major international festivals, at rock gigs and in numerous pubs and clubs. Her records - three LPs and four singles - use music ranging from the jazz funk of Jaw Wobble to the more rock-film oriented score of New Model Army. Her first book of poems was 'Mad, Bad & Dangerous To Know' (Virgin Books, 1986). 'Emotional Terrorism' is her second collection. 1990.

Joolz is now a Patron of the charity IDAS - a practical, grassroots organisation helping anyone who is a victim of sexual violence in the North of England. www.idas.org.uk

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