Fiona Linday

Fiona Linday

Fiona Linday is a writer of fiction who believes that creative writing can be cathartic. She was born in Nottingham where she supported literacy for many years in schools.

About Fiona

Fiona currently tutors at the Attenborough Arts Centre, Leicester University where she branched out as a vocational, creative writing practitioner.

Way back in 2008 her prize-winning short story, Off the Beaten Track appeared on the web. Then the novella Get Over It, Adventures by Onwards & Upwards sensitively covered youth bereavement. 

After, she won the Unique Writing Publications Short Story Award with some prose non-fiction entitled Love (a cathartic tale for adults about surviving a miscarriage). Next published in 2012, in an ebook anthology of short stories for a crossover audience called The Heavenly Road Trip, by Help For Writers. Formerly a National Association of Writers in Education member for whom she wrote pedagogy magazine articles. She wrote a family history booklet called Great War Winners, for 7-11 year olds. She was delighted to be included in a 2015 anthology called, Between This Life & the Next with her The Real Me story.

Recently, a line of her poem in the Welcome to Leicester poetry anthology, by Dahlia Publishing from Our Picasso Dish was included Jo Fairfax's ‘Line Of Light’ Installation, in Nottingham. 

For 2017, she was published with a New Adult novel under a pseudonym that gained her Associate membership of the Society of Authors.

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