Friday, 16 January 2015

Our anthology writers – part 3

Hannah Harper was born in Reading and studied literature at the University of Sheffield and creative writing at the UEA. She’s worked as a receptionist, bookseller and copywriter and has almost finished her first novel. Hannah’s story Camera Black will appear in Words And Women: Two.

Caitlin Ingham
was born in 1990 and grew up in London and then Yorkshire. She studied English Literature at Queen Mary, University of London before spending two years working for a literary agency. In September 2014, she moved to Norwich to complete the Masters degree in Creative Writing (Prose) at UEA. Caitlin’s story The Bridge will be included in our anthology.

Jane Martin
completed her first full-length novel at the age of 13. Unsurprisingly, it didn’t find its way into the bookshops! Since then she has written several plays and loads of short pieces. In her mid-twenties, she abandoned creativity for academia gaining a BA in Eng. Lit. and an MA in Children’s Lit, as well as A levels in Psychology and Film Studies. She is now working with the Golden Egg Academy on honing her second novel for children. Jane’s short story Falling  will be published in the anthology.

Holly J. McDede claims to be a 10th generation King's Lynn resident in order to fit in, but really, she moved to Norwich almost three years ago from California for secret reasons. She runs a radio show called the Norfolk Storytelling Project, where she explores hot topics such and new zebra crossings, English banana farming, and new public toilet facilities in Hailsham. Holly’s work The Game Of Love! will feature in Words And Women: Two.

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