Clare Fisher was born in 1987 in south London. Her first novel, All the Good Things, was published by Viking in 2017 and won a Betty Trask Award. Her short story collection, How the Light Gets In, was published by Influx Press in 2018. She lives, works and is about to embark on a PhD, in Leeds.
Read: ‘Living it Edgeways’, winner of London Short Story Prize 2013
Review: All the Good Things in Storgy
Follow on Twitter: @claresitafisher
Discover more: https://clarefisherwriter.com/
Resource: Writers & Artists Writers Toolkit
Writing prompt: Think back to your childhood. Start with the house you grew up in, describing your bedroom, the posters on the wall. Then move outside on the street where you hung out with your friends. See where it takes you. Aim for three pages.