Julia Sutton is an East Anglian visual artist who has spent much of her adult life working in continental Europe, of which, eleven years in Paris during the eighties and nineties. Painting, teaching and facilitating have now led on to full-time writing. A first short story is published in AMBIT magazine 196.
SEA OF STRAW, her first novel, is a period piece of the nineteen-sixties revolution in Britain and Europe. A love story played out amidst the light and romance of Portugal and the darkness of Sálazar’s ailing dictatorship.