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Lecturer in Publishing at City, University of London.
Writes sci-fi, fantasy, literary fiction. Hugo-nominated short stories and as-yet unpublished novels. Occasional poet. Must write or subject to mood swings. Genuinely loves creative-critical intersection.
MA in Ancient History from King’s College London, MA in Creative Writing: Prose Fiction from UEA. Sometimes a journalist – particularly op-eds and interviews. Ex-Publishing Director, editor and writing mentor (not currently taking clients). Lots of other stuff on my CV too – check out LinkedIn if you want more of that.
Early thirties. Living in Norwich, working in London. Born in Australia, raised in Norfolk – a product of big skies. Keen gardener with zero chill about frogs. Absolute nerd, obviously.
If found sleepy, apply Earl Grey tea.
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Jasmin Kirkbride is an author and academic. She is a Lecturer in Publishing at City, University of London, and her PhD at UEA explores hope in climate fiction. Her Hugo-nominated short fiction has appeared in places including Tor.com. She’s also published poetry, nonfiction, and peer-reviewed papers. www.jasminkirkbride.com | @jasminkirkbride
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Jasmin Kirkbride is an author 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 a Lecturer in Publishing at City, University of London. Her PhD in Creative and Critical Writing at the University of East Anglia (UEA), explores hope in dystopian climate fiction. She’s had chapters and papers published in peer-reviewed journals and Routledge collections. She also 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, as the Publishing Director at Endeavour Media, and as a freelance editor and writing mentor.
www.jasminkirkbride.com | @jasminkirkbride