Mercedes Webb-Pullman comes from Kaitaia, Far North New Zealand. She sailed off for her Overseas Experience in 1969, lived in Australia and California, and finally returned in 2008.
She’s worked in diverse places, doing interesting things, from mobile ski repairs to horse trekking, from bookmaker’s clerk to Trust Account bookkeeping, from cocktail bars to hotel management. Since completing her MA in 2010 she now writes about them. Her work has been published worldwide.
Her books include Tasseography, Looking for Kerouac, Collected poems 2008 – 2014, After the Danse, Ono, Bravo Charlie Foxtrot, Numeralla Dreaming, Food 4 Thought. All are available in print, or Kindle from Amazon.
Truth Serum Press published her poetry collection Track Tales in October 2017.
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