Our final reader for March was Roz Clarke. She divides her time between Bristol and London, and has recently completed a 2-year stint of corporate problem-solving, leaving her to focus fully on the important things in life: writing, gaming, the impending apocalypse, and bicycles. She is a graduate of Clarion West, and has had short fiction published in magazines including Black Static, as well as the Dark Spires anthology and Andy Bigwood’s The Sixty. With Joanan halls she edited Colinthology and Airship Shape & Bristol Fashion. She’s also a member of the BristolCon team. You can find her at www.firefew.com or on Twitter: @zora_db.
Roz also read a chapter from a novel in progress. As we reveal later in the Q&A, it is set in an alternate world version of Bristol.
BristolCon Fringe is a monthly reading series produced by the BristolCon Foundation. For details of future events, see our website.