Joanne Limburg

Joanne Limburg was born and grew up in London, at the northern end of the Jubilee Line, but now lives in Cambridge with her husband and son. She has published two collections of poetry with Bloodaxe Books: Feminismo, which was shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best First Collection, and Paraphernalia, a Poetry Book Society Recommendation. Her latest collection is the pamphlet The Oxygen Man, published by Five Leaves Publications. Her latest non-poetry book is The Woman Who Thought Too Much, a memoir about OCD, anxiety and poetry.

Books by Joanne Limburg

Small Pieces

Published: March 2018

Joanne Limburg's intensely honest account of coming to terms with her brother's suicide; a powerful meditation on family and faith.

Small Pieces

Published: August 2017

Joanne Limburg's intensely honest account of coming to terms with her brother's suicide; a powerful meditation on family and faith

A Want of Kindness

Published: April 2016

An ambitious, absorbing and authentic historical novel which reimagines Anne's life from child princess in the glittering Restoration court to Queen of England.

A Want of Kindness

Published: August 2015

An ambitious, absorbing and authentic historical novel which reimagines Anne's life from child princess in the glittering Restoration court to Queen of England.

A Want of Kindness

Published: August 2015

An ambitious, absorbing and authentic historical novel which reimagines Anne's life from child princess in the glittering Restoration court to Queen of England.

The Woman Who Thought too Much

Published: February 2011

An intensely honest, riveting and surprisingly witty literary memoir of one woman's life as a sufferer of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.

The Woman Who Thought too Much

Published: June 2010

An intensely honest, riveting and surprisingly witty literary memoir of one woman's life as a sufferer of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

The Woman Who Thought too Much

Published: May 2010

An intensely honest, riveting and surprisingly witty literary memoir of one woman's life as a sufferer of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

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