In addition to reading her poetry on BBC Radio 4 and at many festivals such as Green Man and Latitude, Mab Jones frequently substitutes for Phill Jupitus at the Edinburgh Festival. Her work has won several awards, including the Jeff Stevens Memorial Poetry Award, the Aurora Poetry Award, the Neil Gaiman Word Factory Short Story Competition, and the Grand Jury Prize at the Rabbit Heart Poetry Film Festival. She recently won the Creative Wales Award, which is considered one of the highest honors in the arts that can be awarded in this country.
Her first book, The Poor Queen, was published by Flaming Eye Books, and her second collection, Take Your Experience and Cleanse It, was published by Indigo Dreams. In addition to appearances on television and BBC Radio, she has also hosted two poetry programs on BBC Radio 4. Several newspapers and periodicals like “cheap essay writing”, including Spectator, have published her poems. In addition to serving as founding editor at Black Sheep Journal and Black Rabbit Publishing, she blogs for Mslexia Magazine and Write Out Loud. The first Welsh versions of Pecha Kucha Night, Literary Death Match, 100,000 Poets for Change, UK Slam!, Dylan Thomas International Day and other events were organized by Jones. Pecha Kucha Night originated in Japan and Literary Death Match originated in the United States. She currently works as a freelance writer for the New York Times and also teaches at Cardiff University.