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Angelita's short fiction has been published in literary magazines including Ellipsis Zine, The Cabinet of Heed, The Fiction Pool, Riggwelter and Litro, as well as anthologies including Nothing Is As It Was, a collection of stories about climate change. She won the 2017 National Memory Day short story prize and has been shortlisted or highly commended in other competitions including the Fish Prize, Shooter Literary Magazine, Retreat West and Writers' Forum magazine. She has a certificate in novel writing from City University, London and is a graduate of the Faber Academy. She combines writing with working full-time, which requires a lot of coffee and early morning starts. Angelita lives in London, in a house overlooked by a large walnut tree and lots of squirrels.www.angelitabradney.com. Twitter: @AngelBradn

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