Esther lives in Suffolk and works in the charity sector on human rights and community projects. Her work has been published by MIR Online and Open Pen, shortlisted for the Anton Chekhov Prize for Very Short Fiction, twice shortlisted for the Bridport Prize, and longlisted for the Mslexia Short Story Competition and 2022 Yeovil Literary Prize. She likes following wherever a project beckons, from mineralogy, geology and sound envelopes to spending time in hospital waiting rooms while perfectly healthy. Her work has received support from Arts Council England and Jerwood Arts.
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