Ross Foster is a writer from Tamworth, UK. He holds a BA in English and Creative Writing and has a background in copywriting, digital content production and marketing. Ross writes short fiction that brings unusual twists to everyday scenarios and he is passionate about short fiction which plays with form and style. His short story, Henry, won the first place prize in the Bridport Short Story Award 2019. He is also a BBC New Creative and has produced a one-shot audio drama titled 'Mythophobia' in association with Rural Media, BBC Arts and Arts Council England.
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