Kate Horsley

Kate Horsley

Kate Horsley

Kate Horsley’s poems and short fiction have been published in a number of magazines and anthologies including Storyglossia, Erbacce, Seventh Quarry Magazine, Bliss and Best British Crime Stories and her work has won awards - Sentinel Literary Quarterly Poetry Competition, Words on the Street and Adoption Matters - and been shortlisted for AshamTemplar, Longworth Editors, Fine Line and Ravenglass Press.  Her first novel, The Monster’s Wife, is due out in paperback and eBook with Barbican Press in August 2014 and her writing is represented by Jenny Brown Associates.  After gaining her B.A. in English Literature from Oxford, Kate won a scholarship to do her PhD at Harvard, where she held a one-year lectureship before returning to the UK to take the Creative Writing M.A. at Lancaster. She has taught literature and writing on both sides of the Atlantic, in a small school outside Kampala and in refugee camps in Gulu and Lira, Northern Uganda. She lives in Manchester and teaches at the University of Chester, where she is a Writing Fellow.

Visit Kate’s Website: http://www.katehorsley.co.uk/

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Crimeculture was created in Summer 2002 by Lee Horsley and Kate Horsley. The site now gets around five million hits a year from all over the world, and has published several dozen essays on crime fiction, crime films and representations of criminality. We are very grateful to the growing number of writers and critics who have contributed to the site, adding greatly to its range and diversity.

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