Clementine Ewokolo Burnley is a mother, public storyteller,  and community worker.  Her short stories, essays and poetry  have appeared most recently in Losslit, anthologies by Teamangelica Press, Versal Journal, The Feminist Wire,  Parabola Magazine and die Neue Rundschau.  In 2014 she co-edited a short story collection Winter Shorts with Sharon Dodua Otoo (edition assemblage). In 2017 Clementine was nominated for the Bristol Short Story Prize 2017, and was in the final selection for  the Miles Morland Award.

Clementine runs regular writing workshops in Berlin, Germany and internationally.

Clementine as a facilitator: 

My passion is helping teams, organisations and communities create connections through well handled conflict. I develop Training Concepts, Course Content, Assessment Tools, Group Process tools, deliver courses face to face and online, mentor, coach and counsel in a tailored dynamic and need-based mode.

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