Deborah Alma is a UK poet with an MA with distinction in Creative Writing from Keele University. She taught for three years at the University of Worcester. As well as teaching part-time at Keele, she works as a writer in the community, especially in schools and with vulnerable groups.
She is also the Emergency Poet prescribing poetry from her vintage ambulance. She is editor of Emergency Poet-an anti-stress poetry anthology, The Everyday Poet - Poems to live by (both Michael O’Mara), and #Me Too – rallying against sexual harassment - a women’s poetry anthology (Fair Acre Press, March 2018). Her True Tales of the Countryside was published by The Emma Press in 2015 and her first full collection Dirty Laundry was published by Nine Arches Press (May 2018).