My short story, Crow Girl, has been published by MIROnline

Illustration by Amy Shepheard

I recently submitted a short story to the MIROnline Folk Tale Festival competition and to my delight, I was one of the five finalists whose short stories were published and illustrated. I also read it to the audience at MIRLive – a wonderful evening was had by all, enjoying the folk music of Bity Booker and the various dark and thrilling stories that were read to us. We writers discussed the common threads we found in our folk tales: women and magic, violence, the way the world of superstition can suddenly intersect with the everyday.

You can read and listen to Crow Girl here. The beautiful illustration is by Amy Shepheard.

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