Kirsti's short stories have appeared in New Writing Scotland, 404 Ink, Glasgow Review of Books, Product Magazine, The Seven Wonders of Scotland anthology and Biopolis: Tales of Urban Biology. She’s been a Hawthornden Fellow, a contestant in Literary Death Match and was a regular contributor to The One O’clock Gun, a literary free-sheet once found in the darker recesses of Edinburgh pubs. Her debut novel The Knitting Station was published by Rymour Books earlier this year. She lives and walks in Edinburgh and would love you to come say hello @kirstiw.
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