Joanna Quinn is a fiction writer with a background in journalism. Her short stories have been published by The White Review, Comma Press, New Welsh Review and The Bridport Prize.

She was chosen as an emerging writer as part of the Arvon/Jerwood mentoring scheme and was one of four writers shortlisted for the national Arts Foundation Fellowship for Short Stories.

Some of her most recent publications include a story shortlisted for The White Review Short Story Prize 2015 and a specially commissioned short story for an Essex-based art project called Flood HouseShe has also written about the women of Greenham Common for a forthcoming anthology from Comma Press.

She is currently working towards a PhD in Creative Writing at Goldsmiths, where her supervisor is Francis Spufford. As part of this, she is writing her first novel. She lives in Dorset.

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