Nina Cullinane grew up in London and on the Isle of Wight which has bred an interest in writing about decaying seaside towns. She has a masters in creative writing from UEA, and recently finished a novel about a subversive mother-daughter relationship which is on submission to agents. She has been shortlisted for the Bristol Short Story Award 2021, and is working on new short fiction and a second novel.
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