Short story writers: Sue Anderson
Sue Anderson lives in Monmouth with her husband and two cats. She has two grown-up children, one in London, one in Tokyo. Once upon a time she was an English teacher and now she runs a creative writing group. Her published writing consists mostly of short stories, along with a few articles and poems. She loves science fiction and fantasy and in 2005 she won the British Fantasy Society short story competition. Her ambition is to have a children’s novel published - she’s written several, and one of them ‘Rainbow Music,’ received a bursary from the Welsh Arts Council, so there’s still hope. At the moment she’s writing another one – a futuristic, slightly apocalyptic climate change story set in the Wye Valley. It keeps her out of mischief.
Sue's short story Metamorphosis took second place in the Short Story Radio Competition 2009 and has subsequently been recorded for broadcast.
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