Helen Jukes is a writer living in the UK. She is interested in the relationships between hands and feet and fields and wild places, and how we go about finding a language for these things. She believes that in learning new ways of speaking (and so also of listening, feeling and knowing), we might learn some fresh means of re-engaging with the world around us, and of re-embodying ourselves.
Helen has published fiction and non-fiction, writing for publications such as The Junket, Caught by the River, BBC Wildlife and Resurgence Magazine. She is currently researching for a book about beekeeping. Helen also works as creative writing tutor at a homelessness charity in Oxford.