Ange Chan was born in Lancashire and subsequently lived in South Wales and Cheshire before settling in Hertfordshire, where she currently lives with her husband and son.
In June 2012, Ange gave up on the corporate world after 26 years, to concentrate on her writing. Her poetry has previously featured in a book of photographs entitled "Winter Dreams" (with Peter Parkinson) its sequel "Winter Dreams 2" (with Samantha Reynolds and Peter Parkinson) released in early 2014.
Additionally, a specially commissioned piece featured in "Visual Poetry" by Peter Parkinson. Ange has also collaborated with photographers MoGeo Photographic to produce a unique series of photopoetry and most recently has worked with the band Analog Angel as a lyricist.
Her previous work has been published over the past 25 years in a variety of publications and websites. In July 2013, she performed one of her short stories on London's Southbank stage to a paying audience and to positive critique. She was invited to take part in The Poetry Society/Transport for London's National Poetry Day event in 2014, where she performed one of her own poems entitled "Regrets of the Dying" on the theme of Remembrance. The same poem was broadcasted on throughout the day via tannoy at Covent Garden station.
Ange is currently working on the third and final book in this current trilogy collection of poetry, which will be entitled "Directions" and will be available mid-2015 via Amazon.
Her long awaited first novel, "Two Degrees of Separation" will be also be available via Amazon in May 2015.