Wednesday, 13 January 2016
Our anthology writers
As promised we will be posting short biographies of the writers whose work has been selected to appear alongside Sarah Evans’ story – Scalpelling Through - in Words And Women’s third anthology. Sarah Evans won first prize in our prose competition and if you want to find out more about Sarah see our post dated 09/01/16.
Biographies will be posted throughout this week and next. Congratulations to all of the following writers for their success.
Susan K Burton spent 14 years in Japan, lecturing as an associate professor in Japanese universities. She has co-authored two academic books, and written for the Telegraph, Times Higher Education, and Going Down Swinging. Now based in Norwich, she is studying for a PhD in Creative and Critical Writing at the UEA where she is investigating the unusual lives and bizarre livelihoods of foreigners in Japan. Susan’s slice of creative non-fiction Strictly Belly Dance will be published in the anthology.
Caroline Davison is a historian, writer and musician from Norfolk. Her novel The Pleasure Garden was published in 2006 by Piatkus. Her children's book The By-Mistake Guide to Norfolk was published in 2012. Caroline has worked as a teacher of English as a Foreign Language, a conservation officer, and a freelance historic environment consultant. She is currently Director of the Norfolk Archaeological Trust. Her story Boy With Gun will be published in Words And Women: Three.