Jayne Osborn lives in the UK, is a retired teacher and a well-known writer of humorous poetry. Her work has appeared in many publications and anthologies.
She suffers from a serious condition known as Apostrophe Rage, the symptoms of which are: muttering about appalling standards of education, and putting in – or more often removing – apostrophes in public places.
She has 3 children and 3.5, at the time of writing, grandchildren. Jayne rides a motorbike and, together with her husband, renovates their Victorian farmhouse, keeps a few exotic pets, and writes poems. Apart from all that it’s rumoured that she’s relatively normal.