The Writers from previous anthologies...
Over the years The RED INK Project has been so fortunate to have women from all over the world share their personal stories to the anthology. Here we feature them & marvel at their ventures since being published by RED INK.
Charlotte Baker is currently a PhD student studying cult horror, female identification and fandom. Her MA in Horror and Transgression and her research into the use of skin as a method of spectatorship won the ‘Best Dissertation’ award at the University of Derby. Charlotte is currently an associate lecturer in Film Production at the University of Derby and an author. She has published a series of novellas and over twenty short stories and articles.
I grew up in Kilburn, London, a mixture of cultures and traditions so diverse, the word on the street was the world. I began writing because I am in love with the words, the potential that they have to create or destroy. To me a word is the most powerful thing in the world, and what is a story but a beautiful composition of words. I graduated from the University of Westminster with a BA in Creative Writing and English Literature. My autobiographical short story: ‘The Children who come and go’ about enduring a life-long disease was published as part of an anthology; Rites of Passage; Rights of Womanhood. My website: www.chocolateistheonlycure.wordpress.com
My name is Cathy Davies. I am a writer from East Yorkshire currently studying my Creative Writing MA at the University of Birmingham. I was published in Ace Jackson’s anthology for Rape Crisis when I was eighteen and since then I have been working to improve my ability and gain some more life experience. I graduated from the University of East Anglia in 2016 with a degree in English and Creative Writing and I’m proud to say some of my short-stories are published in their anthologies. Thank you for reading my profile, I hope you enjoy RED INK’s brilliant work.
Prior to becoming involved in the RED INK project in 2014, Davina enjoyed a career in the civil service whilst secretly aspiring to be a writer. ‘Rites of Passage’ acted as a catalyst for her writing career, igniting a spark that only grows stronger. She has written articles for DIVA Magazine such as ‘Pride in Paradise’, ‘Lez Tango in Halifax’ and ‘Sisters in Love’. Her most memorable moment was interviewing actress and social activist Shabana Azmi. Davina lives in NW London and loves travel, history and film. She is currently working on her debut novella ‘Loogaroo’ Speartip Publishing.