writer | EDITOR | academic
PhD Creative and Critical Writing researcher at UEA, exploring hope in dystopian climate fiction.
Writes sci-fi, fantasy, literary fiction. As yet unpublished novels and Hugo-nominated short stories. Occasional poet. Must write or subject to mood swings.
MA in Ancient History from King’s College London, MA in Creative Writing: Prose Fiction from UEA. Sometimes a journalist – particularly op-eds, book reviews and interviews. Ex-Publishing Director. Lots of other stuff on my CV too – check out LinkedIn if you want more of that.
Thirty-ish. Living in Norwich. Did the London thing. Born in Australia, raised in Norfolk – a product of big skies.
If found sleepy, apply Earl Grey tea.
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Jasmin Kirkbride is a writer, editor and academic. Her Hugo-nominated short fiction has appeared in places including Tor.com, and she’s also published poetry, nonfiction, and peer-reviewed papers. Her PhD at UEA, where she’s also an Associate Tutor, explores hope in climate fiction. www.jasminkirkbride.com | @jasminkirkbride
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Jasmin Kirkbride is a writer, editor and academic. Her Hugo-nominated short fiction has appeared in places including Tor.com and her poetry in magazines including Presence and Frogpond.
She is currently undertaking a PhD in Creative and Critical Writing at the University of East Anglia (UEA), exploring hope in climate fiction. She’s had chapters and papers published in peer-reviewed journals and Routledge collections. She holds an MA Creative Writing (UEA) and an MA Ancient History (King’s College London).
Previously, Jasmin spent some years in publishing, notably as a book trade journalist for BookBrunch and as the Publishing Director at Endeavour Media. Alongside her studies, she continues to work as an associate tutor at UEA and as a freelance editor and writing mentor.
www.jasminkirkbride.com | @jasminkirkbride