No exact match found for “Tracey” in British and World English.
They call me Muuu-uuu-uum, missus, and scientist. I live and write on a big wet rock overlooking the sea.
By day (elsewhere)
I studied biochemistry at KCL and have worked for 20 years as a scientific writer. I’m also interested in child literacy and from 2007 to 2017 read with children in primary school as a parent volunteer.
I’ve had various short stories published. Shortlists include the Bath Flash Fiction Award (Oct 2016), Bridport Prize (2015, s/story), and HISSAC short story competition (2013); longlist include the Bristol Short Story Prize (2013) and Flash 500 competition (July 2014).
There is, of course, a novel. (I’m on it — June 2017.)
Represented by: Gaia Banks at Sheil Land Associates.
I enjoyed filter reading for the Glass Woman Prize (8th, 9th, and 10th — 2010/11) and Flash-Fiction South West (2012).
This is where I wear pyjamas, rant and spit.