My short fiction and poetry has been published in print and online, recorded for radio and podcasts, and exhibited in galleries.
My debut novel, The Gracekeepers, is out now! It's about a circus boat in a flooded world, and you can read more about it here.
I'm 31 and live in Glasgow, where I mostly hang out with my fiancée Annie and our rescue dog Rosie, read ghost stories, drink coffee, crochet things, listen to riot grrrl, & dream of the sea.
New story collection
My third book, A Portable Shelter, is a collection of linked stories about loss, identity and the purpose of stories, inspired by Scottish folktales. It’s hardback, linen-bound, with custom woodblock illustrations, limited to 1,000 copies – and 800 have been pre-ordered! If you want one, be quick (it's out on 10 August).
I'll be at Wilderness Festival with the lovely Samantha Ellis, author of How to be a Heroine, discussing women's writing and our best (and worst) female characters. Of course there's lots more to do at Wilderness, including music (Bjork!), theatre, food, workshops, and general fun.