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Kathryn Aldridge-Morris is a freelance writer living in Bristol, UK. Her flash fiction has been published in many online and print literary journals, including New Flash Fiction Review, Pithead Chapel, Flash Frog, Bending Genres, Lunate, Bracken Magazine, Emerge Journal, Janus Literary, Ellipsis Zine, The Phare, The Drabble, Gastropoda, Paris Lit Up and Underground Overground Magazine. Her stories also appear or are forthcoming in fifteen print anthologies, most recently ‘And if that Mockingbird Don’t Sing’ (Alternating Current Press, 2022), ‘Snow Crow: The Bath Flash Fiction Anthology,’ (Ad Hoc Fiction, 2021) and ‘Branching Out: International Tales of Brilliant Flash Fiction’ (Brilliant Flash Fiction, 2021).

She has won the Manchester Writing School and Manchester School of Theatre 2022 QuietManDave Prize for flash fiction, the flash fiction contest organised by Welsh publisher Lucent Dreaming and the Retreat West monthly micro competition. She was a finalist in Flash Frog’s 2022 ‘Blue Frog Contest’ and New Flash Fiction Review’s 2022 Flash Fiction contest. She has longlisted, shortlisted twice and been highly commended in the prestigious Bath Flash Fiction Award; shortlisted and received a special mention in the 2020 Aesthetica Creative Writing Award, and longlisted for Reflex Fiction. Her stories have been nominated for Best Microfictions 2022 and the Pushcart Prize 2021 and 2022.
Besides fiction, she writes ELT textbooks, teacher’s books and online teaching materials, runs community-based workshops in creative writing for wellbeing and is a freelance trainer for the charity sector working with refugees and people seeking asylum.

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