Author Category: Long Fiction Author

Allan Radcliffe is the author of The Old Haunts, publishing with Fairlight Books on 14 September 2023. Allan was born in Perth, Scotland, and now lives near Edinburgh. His writing has won the Allen Wright Award and the Scottish Book Trust New Writers Award. With an MA from the University of Glas

Nod Ghosh is the author of The Two-Tailed Snake, publishing with Fairlight Books on 14 September 2023. Nod Ghosh was born in Birmingham and currently lives in Christchurch, New Zealand, where she works as a medical laboratory scientist specialising in the diagnosis of cancers. Her short stories

Pan Huiting is the author of Red Dust, White Snow, publishing with Fairlight Books on 17 August 2023. Huiting lives and works in Singapore. After studying Fine Art at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, she completed a Master of Arts in Singapore and a Master of Research in Fine Art at

Lorraine Wilson is the author of Mother Sea, publishing with Fairlight Books in May 2023. Lorraine Wilson is an ex-conservation scientist who writes fiction influenced by folklore and the wilderness. With a third-culture heritage, she is drawn to themes of family, belonging and the legacy of tra

Phoebe Walker is the author of Temper, publishing with Fairlight Books on 13 April 2023. Phoebe is originally from Northumberland. She has lived in both London and the Netherlands and is now based in Manchester, where she works as a development consultant. Her debut poetry pamphlet, Animal Noise

Ola Mustapha was born in London and spent part of her childhood living in Egypt, before returning to England. She studied economics and Japanese at university and then moved to Japan, where she taught English for several years. She now lives in London and works as an editor. Her short fiction has be

Jenna Warren is the author of The Moon and Stars, publishing 20 October 2022. Jenna was born in Middlesbrough and grew up in Saltburn-by-the-Sea. She studied Theatre at the University of Hull, and completed an MA in Creative Writing at Teesside University. Her stories have featured in the anthol

Joanne Stubbs is the author of The Fish, publishing 06 October 2022. Joanne lives on the edge of the Cotswolds. After growing up in Staffordshire, she studied biochemistry at Wadham College, Oxford. She has since worked in a variety of roles in science communication and engagement. Joanne holds