Pixievic is a commanding performer who draws you into her physical stillness with not much more than the mesmeric quality of her velvety voice and an occasional raised eyebrow.
Vicki writes of human experience that is instantly recognisable and although much of her work is personal, intimate even, it speaks to us all.
Best known for writing about the trials, tribulations – and yes, the joys – of being single, a mother, a woman, but above all a human being, Vicki is both extremely funny and exquisitely poignant. She can swear a bit too… Her book Pixiekisses is available on her Facebook page or you can see what all the fuss is about on Vicki's YouTube channel.
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