(? - living) U.K.
Lesbian poet living in London, with a daughter born in 1980 whom she co-parents. She has a BA in fine art – sculpture (from sir John Cass College of art, London and the university of Brighton) and is also a graduate of Cambridge university (geography), and studied at post-graduate level at Southbank university (MA in human resource development)
Halliday's writings are informed by her position as a lesbian feminist. Her poetry has appeared in a collection edited by Lilian Mohin, entitled One Foot on the Mountain (1979), in Hard Words and Why Lesbians Have to Say Them (1982), Dancing the Tightrope (1987), in New British Poetry 1968-1988 (1988), and in Naming the Waves (1988), edited by Christian McEwen. Her own collection of poetry, Some Truth, Some Change appeared in 1983. In it she describes life as a lesbian feminist mother.
Source: Gabriele Griffin, Who's Who in Lesbian and Gay and Writing, Routledge, London, 2002