Michelle Foster is a writer, editor and artist. She graduated with a first class BA (Hons) in Writing from Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.
She was the founding editor of Inclement Poetry Magazine which ran from 2000-2013. She has written scripts and training materials for corporate clients and her essays have been used for the Open University 'taster' packs.
Her short story, ‘The Willow' was shortlisted for the Myslexia Women's Short Fiction Prize 2012 and was published online with The View From Here Literary Magazine. Her story, ‘Mysterious Hymns’ was published online with Female First. Her work has been published in Neon Highways, Still, Iota, Exile, First Impressions, Poetic Licence, Breathe, Candelabrum and Amber Silhouettes. She is currently working on her second novel.
She enjoys the phrase ‘crusty jugglers’ and is often mistaken for Beyoncé by absolutely no-one. She has a long-running grudge match with an errant squirrel. It knows what it did.
Name: Michelle Foster
Lives in: Cambridge, United Kingdom
Company: The Midnight Writer
Occupation: Screenwriter, Author and Editor
Unique traits: The Midnight Writer is a writing and editing service. Whether you are an established novelist, a self-publishing writer or graduate, we can offer all the help you need to produce exemplary written work. With nearly 20 years of experience in publishing (and the odd first class degree in Writing) the team at The Midnight Writer can boast having founded an international literary magazine as well as having written scripts, training and marketing materials for corporate clients and multi-national businesses.We’ve edited award-winning books and even been shortlisted for a few writing awards ourselves. Writing is our passion and there’s nothing we value more than like-minded writers and authors who simply want to present their work in the best possible light.
Shortlisted for Myslexia 2012 Women's Short Fiction Prize
Anglia Ruskin University