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Our story of the week is a story about walking from the writer Niki Baker. Niki Baker lives in Oxfordshire and divides her time – sometimes with a reasonable degree of success – between pursuing her career as an author, editing her partner’s work, running her own business, and backpacking around places that people have vaguely he

Our story of the week is a story about a breakdown from the writer Tamsin Partington. Tamsin Partington is a creative writing Master’s student, child tamer, cat wrangler and wife. Her passion is the short story, but she also loves to write longer sci-fi and fantasy fiction for children and young adults. She started writing as soon a

Our story of the week is a story about dancing from the writer Jan Steer. Jan Steer grew up and was educated in Devonshire, then served a full career in the Royal Navy before embarking on another in podiatric medicine. He read for an MA in Creative Writing at the University of Wales (Trinity). He is an avid reader with an almost childl

Our story of the week is a story about people-watching from the writer Niki Baker. Niki Baker lives in Oxfordshire and divides her time – sometimes with a reasonable degree of success – between pursuing her career as an author, editing her partner’s work, running her own business, and backpacking around places that people have va

Our story of the week is a story about fatherhood from the writer Lee Wright. Lee Wright was born in Nuneaton, Warwickshire in 1980. He is a writer of fiction, non-fiction and reviews. Lee has studied under Man Booker winner Alison Moore and he is currently taking an MA in Creative Writing at the University of Leicester. Lee began w

Our story of the week is a story about a nursing home from the writer Konstantina Sozou-Kyrkou. Konstantina Sozou-Kyrkou was born to and raised by a family of retailers and farmers in a small mountainous village in western Greece. When she was seventeen she moved to Athens for university studies and then, after studying various subjec

Our story of the week is a mystery story from the writer Mark Lynch. Mark Lynch grew up in East London and has been interested in storytelling as far back as he can remember. He’s done brief stints in amateur acting, having once played Bill Sykes in a school play and then many years later going on to join acting classes and taking pa

Our story of the week is a story about jealousy from the writer Emma Franieczek. Emma studied Creative Writing at London South Bank University graduating with a first-class honours degree. Whilst at university Emma had two of her plays performed as rehearsed readings in London, and had her Playella I’d Rather You Didn’t published o