Pippa Goldschmidt is a writer based in Edinburgh and Frankfurt. She’s the author of the novel The Falling Sky and the short story collection The Need for Better Regulation of Outer Space, as well as co-editor (with Tania Hershman) of I Am Because You Are, an anthology of short stories and essays celebrating the hundredth anniversary of general relativity (all published by Freight Books before it went bust). Her work has been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and published in a variety of places including Scottish Review of Books, Times Literary Supplement and the New York Times, as well as anthologies such as A Year of Scottish Poetry (Macmillan) and Best American Science and Nature Writing 2014 (Houghton Mifflin).
Her current project is co-editing (with Drs Gill Haddow and Fadhila Mazanderani) Uncanny Bodies, an anthology of fiction and non-fiction inspired by Freud, cyborgs and the history of Edinburgh, to be published by Luna Press in 2020.
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