This struck a chord with me, as my life is governed by undone To-Do Lists, which have been annoying me now since I did my first To-Do List probably aged about sixteen. Mine are exceptionally dull, however, compared to some of the To-Do Lists on here. Only in America, I have to say, would they have a To Do List Slam. The mind boggles.
Tabitha Potts is a published writer with several short stories in print anthologies as well as online. Recently she had stories long-listed for the Royal Academy Pindrop Award and the Sunderland Short Story Award, one was a Finalist in MIROnline’s Folk Tale Festival and one was Highly Commended in MIROnline’s Booker Prize Competition. She recently completed an MA in Creative Writing at Birkbeck with a Merit and has a First in English Language and Literature from Oxford University. She runs Story Radio, a short story podcast, in her spare time (www.storyradio.org) and works as Head of Marketing for a publishing firm.