1. Angela King has always loved writing. She’s been writing on and off for years (more off until recently) and was once upon a time, a runner up in a short story competition. She can’t find that piece of paper at the moment. She is now obsessed with the writing bug to the exclusion of normal life.

  2. I arrived in Northumberland seven years ago, having lived in London, Australia and France. I often write on themes of ambiguity and the liminal – the borderlands of the mind. I have had poems and stories published in regional and national magazines.

  3. Angela Paine is the author of two non fiction books: the Healing Power of Celtic Plants; and Healing Plants of the Celtic Druids. Her third book, Healing Plants of Greek Myth will be published April 2021.

  4. Anita Goveas is British-Asian, London-based, and fueled by strong coffee and paneer jalfrezi. She was first published in the 2016 London Short Story Prize anthology, most recently in Little Fiction and Gone Lawn. She’s on the editorial team at Flashback Fiction, an editor at Mythic Picnic’s .Twitter zine, and her debut flash collection, ‘Families and other natural disasters’, is available from Reflex Press

  5. Anna Kirwin is a writer and artist, living in London, but dreaming of the Arctic. Her last published piece explored the strange glow of European cities by night, but more generally, her recent work deals with language, thought and time. She sees light in the darkness.

  6. Anne started writing flash fiction in 2019 and relishes the challenge of writing very short stories. Her stories have appeared in print and online, most recently at Retreat West, Flash 500, Reflex Fiction, Flash Fiction Magazine, National Flash Fiction Day, Lunate, Strands International and Bath Flash Fiction Anthology 2020.

  7. My life as a writer began when my husband and I decided to spend a year in Italy. I kept a journal which was later published as Ciao, Napoli. A Scrapbook of Wandering in Naples. I have compiled a book of short stories, titled Siren Shore inspired by our experiences in Italy. My work has appeared on Ovunque Siamo and Foxglove Journal. I am an active member of the New York Writers’ Coalition and of the Italian American Writers’ Association. I hold a bachelor’s degree in Romance Languages and have also been involved in community theater.

  8. Anu is an Asian-American expat living in London. She graduated from Columbia University in 2000 with an Economics major, and an English concentration. She spent the last 20 years in finance, while haplessly mothering two children. Her first published piece from a pivot back to right-brain pursuits will appear in All Female Menu's first BIPOC issue: 'Art as Activism.'

  9. Writer of stories with an archaic nature and obscure structuring. Often primarily thematic instead of character/plot driven, and other times more simplistic and enjoyable. Albanian from Kosovo, a lover of old myths and legends, and an explorer of relations between differing deities.

  10. An engineering student by day and writer by night, Ash enjoys travelling and learning about the history of places. Sometimes they discover new things along the way, usually when they least expect it.