Today I have the pleasure of interviewing one of my favourite writers, Lindz McLeod.
Lindz is a queer, working-class, Scottish writer who dabbles in the surreal. She has been the Competition Secretary of the Edinburgh Writers' Club since 2019, as well as their Flash Fiction judge. She is a fiction reader for Outlook Springs and for the Scottish Flash Fiction Awards, a freelance editor and writing coach, an experienced workshop host, and a Rogue Mentor to six talented mentees. Additionally, she is a full member of the SFWA and the Federation of Writers (Scotland). She very rarely sleeps.
Her forthcoming short story collection, Turducken, represents the best of her short form work and spans a wide range of genres from literary to comedy to horror. Her debut novel, Beast, recreates the Beauty and the Beast myth at the time of the French revolution; the castle butler is trapped between loyalty to his employers and the desire to survive both the peasant rebellion and a creeping, insidious curse.
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Music: Josh Woodward