Joy Martin

Copywriter, Writer, Ghostwriter

Talented, published, professional writer

Joy Martin is 44 years old, American, and lives in England. She writes articles about culture and the arts, specialising in theatre, and her work has been published in American Theatre Magazine (New York) and Exeunt Magazine (London). She won a grant for artistic development in Creative Writing from Arts Council England in 2014, and has two undergraduate degrees in English and a Master of Research degree in Culture and the Humanities. She has just finished writing her first novel.
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The London Consortium (University of London), Master of Research (Merit)
University of Cambridge, BA (Hons) English
Central Michigan University, BS (English and Music)
Cambridge, UK|Languages
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Published Content

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americantheatre.org
Article
It’s Noh, It’s Viewpoints—It’s Superdrama

A feature article for America's leading theatre magazine about a multi-national company based in Italy that is experimenting with a new method.

January 29th, 2019
exeuntmagazine.com
Article
Edinburgh Fringe Review: Wild Bore at Traverse Theatre

A review of a performance art show about theatre critics at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

August 20th, 2017
exeuntmagazine.com
Article
Edinburgh Fringe/EIF Review: Siren and Meow Meow’s Little Mermaid

A combined review of two shows - one theatre, one cabaret - at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

August 23rd, 2017
exeuntmagazine.com
Article
Edinburgh Fringe Review: Frankie Vah by Luke Wright at Underbelly

A short review of a solo spoken word show by a well-known poet, Luke Wright, at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

August 18th, 2017
exeuntmagazine.com
Article
Edinburgh Fringe Review: The Portable Dorothy Parker at Gilded Balloon

A short review of a one-woman play about Dorothy Parker at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

August 28th, 2017
exeuntmagazine.com
Article
Edinburgh Fringe Review: Ancient Shrines and Half Truths at Summerhall

A short review of an outdoor, multi-media, interactive experimental theatre show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

August 27th, 2017
exeuntmagazine.com
Article
Edinburgh Fringe Review: Hammerhead at Pleasance

A short review of a multi-media character comedy show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

August 12th, 2017
exeuntmagazine.com
Article
Review: The Emperor and the Nightingale at Theatre by the Lake

A review of a Christmas pantomime in Keswick, UK.

November 26th, 2016
exeuntmagazine.com
Article
Watch Out Festival

A feature about a one-day festival of experimental theatre in Cambridge, UK, with critiques of highlighted shows.

June 14th, 2016
exeuntmagazine.com
Article
Review: WAIL at BAC

A review of a premiere by a well-loved company, Little Bulb, at Battersea Arts Centre in London.

April 23rd, 2016
exeuntmagazine.com
Article
Snow White and Rose Red

A review of a feminist Christmas pantomime in Cambridge, UK.

December 31st, 2015
exeuntmagazine.com
Article
Rotterdam

A review of new theatre writing at Theatre 503 in London. Natasha Tripney, lead critic at The Stage, said, 'This is a great review'.

November 6th, 2015
exeuntmagazine.com
Article
Without Stars / There We Have Been

A review of two dance pieces performed by a London-based company at the Cambridge Junction performing arts venue.

October 14th, 2015
exeuntmagazine.com
Article
The Artistry of Stand Up Comedy

A widely read and retweeted long feature essay discussing stand-up comedy's status in the performing arts world, in the context of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, with critiques of individual performances from a range of comedy artists - from unknowns to the famous Stewart Lee. BBC Radio 6 DJ Shaun Keaveny described the writing as 'balletic and poetic'.

October 1st, 2015
exeuntmagazine.com
Article
Of Riders and Running Horses

A review of a dance performance by a London-based company, Still House (Dan Canham) in Cambridge, UK.

September 18th, 2015
exeuntmagazine.com
Article
BE Festival: Democratic and Delicious

A long feature article about a festival of contemporary European performance in Birmingham, UK, with critiques of individual shows, including theatre, dance and circus.

July 3rd, 2015
exeuntmagazine.com
Article
Watch Out

A feature article about a festival of contemporary and experimental performance in Cambridge, UK, with critiques of selected shows.

June 1st, 2015
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