Annabel is currently seeking representation for her novel on love and loss, told in the voice of London Bridge.
After working for ten years in the factories of Swindon, Annabel went to Cambridge to read English, where she won both of the university's writing prizes (the Ryan Kinsella Poetry Prize and the RSC "Other" Prize for theatre). She then won full funding for both her prose MA and poetry PhD.
Annabel's work can be found in literary journals and anthologies including Shearsman, The Manchester Review, Litro, The Stockholm Review, Under the Radar and 3:AM, and was included in Eyewear's Best New British & Irish Poets 2016. She was also a core poet on the Enemies Project/Arts Council South West Poetry Tour.
Her writing has received multiple nominations for the Pushcart Prize, with further nominations for the Queen's Ferry Press Best Short Fictions, Blazevox's Bettering American Poetry, Best News Poets [US] and the Derringer Awards, and was recently longlisted for the Royal Academy/Pindrop Short Story Award.
When not writing, Annabel has nursed sick robots, built F1 cars and lectured for English and Creative Writing degrees. You can email/Tweet her (details on the home page) or look for her on London Bridge. She's probably there right now.