Published on August 17th, 2016 | by LTWF0
Jane Bradley is a fiction writer and editor whose short stories have appeared in print and online around the globe. Her first full-length play, The Curse, debuted in Manchester in March 2016, and was supported by Arts Council England. Jane has been longlisted for the 2016 Lucy Cavendish Fiction Prize, a Young Enigma Award, and selected as one of Nokia’s fifty Remarkable Women.
Jane is the founder and director of For Books’ Sake, the charitable organisation championing writing by women, and the editor of short story collections Short Stack (2012), Derby Shorts (2013), Tongue in Cheek (2015) and (RE)Sisters (2016). She delivers creative writing workshops to women across the UK, and her journalism has been published by The Guardian, Red, Bitch, Mslexia and more.
We’re delighted to have Jane join the 2016 roster of contributors, hosting Zoe Howe in conversation, Saturday 12th November, 4pm.