Sarah is a writer based in London who teaches English and Media Studies to keep some food on the table. She also teaches at University level in Creative Writing. She has an MA in Creative Writing from City University. Her short fiction has appeared online, and she won the international Segora Short Story Competition in 2015, and was Highly Commended in the Aurora Short Fiction Competition in 2016. Her first novel, I’ll Find Flour (seeking representation) is a dual narrative exploring sexual violence and asking the audience to care for both victim and attacker. She is currently editing her second novel, which follows a transgendered FTM through a difficult journey of acceptance. A regular blogger on the Huffington Post, her own blog at http://sarahtinsley.com and theatre reviewer for Carns Theatre Passion, she also plays samba reggae on a very big drum.
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