Emma was born and grew up in the far south of New Zealand. She lives in Cornwall.

Her publications are Over the Dam (Red Squirrel Press, 2015) and The Lost of Syros (Cultured Llama Press, 2015). Her novella, Travelling in the Dark, (Fairlight Books, 2018) is part of their series of Fairlight Moderns. She is co-editor of Cornish Short Stories: A Collection of Contemporary Cornish Writing (The History Press, 2018.)

Emma’s short stories have won the Sara Park Memorial Short Story Competition 2013, the Society of Authors’ Tom-Gallon Trust Award 2011, and the Society of Women Writers and Journalists’ Theodora Roscoe/Vera Brittain Award 2011. Her work has been published in literary journals in England, New Zealand and Australia.

She is a mentor for the WoMentoring Project and an organiser of live literature event Telltales. As well as leading creative writing workshops, Emma offers short story critiques and manuscript assessments. She writes articles, book reviews and restaurant reviews. In recent years, she has read her work at Port Eliot Festival and Penzance Litfest and given talks and delivered workshops at Looe Literary Festival and the Writers’ Café, Penzance.



3 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi Emma. I think you may be the most famous person I know. I now live in Hobart where I teach and research media studies at the University of Tasmania. Hobart’s nice but I pine for New Zealand. Still, you can’t have everything.
    Much love

    1. Hi Donald,
      How amazing to hear from you. How long has it been?
      I’ll email you. Can’t wait to hear what you’ve been up to.
      Love, Emma

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