Editors

RACHEL MORGAN-BRUCE

RACHEL MORGAN-BRUCE

RACHEL MORGAN-BRUCE lives in Edinburgh and can usually be found in one of the city's (glorious!) public libraries. Rachel currently works in Business Intelligence, and is studying towards an MSc in Information and Library Science. 

Rachel writes poetry and creative fiction and was shortlisted for the Bridport prize back in 2008. As Co-editor of Wifie, with long-suffering pal, Stephanie Torrance, Rachel is particularly interested in: experimental fiction and visual arts, as well as bilingual and dialectal writing.

Read more from Rachel here rachelmorganbruce.wordpress.com or follow her on Twitter @rrrajmo

STEPHANIE TORRANCE

STEPHANIE TORRANCE

STEPHANIE TORRANCE recently returned to Scotland after absconding to Australia for her late quarter life/early mid life crisis. Now settling in Glasgow, she is 30, not flirty, overeducated and underemployed. She has written features articles for The Skinny amongst others and her text based artworks have been exhibited across the UK. 

Now concentrating on creative fiction and screenwriting, Stephanie is particularly interested in working class voices; stories with a strong LGBT lead and anything written whilst listening to Riot Grrl.

You can follow Stephanie on Twitter @Stephanooz

 

Regular Contributors

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TERRI CAMERON is a Scottish Au Pair currently living in Paris, France. She spends most of her free time reading, writing and getting lost in Paris. She is currently working on the book of an original musical.

Find her on Twitter as @TerriDactyl.

LYNDSEY SKINNER

LYNDSEY SKINNER

 

 

LYNDSEY SKINNER recently moved to Glasgow from the North East of England. Despite being a thoroughly bookish sort, she left a PhD programme in English Literature early, and is now spending her days working freelance for charities, writing, and avoiding the rain in the cafes of Shawlands.

Lyndsey writes creative non-fiction, is working on a novel about the poet Philip Larkin, and was most recently shortlisted for the Anthony Burgess/Observer prize for new arts journalism. Read more of Lyndsey's writing here thebelleslettres.tumblr.com or follow her on Twitter @belleslettres17