"Nothing less than Scotland’s very own Anne Tyler."

- Alan Bissett

 

Prizewinning author Cynthia Rogerson writes  mainstream literary fiction, set in Scotland and California. She is the author of four novels and a collection of short stories. Her stories have also appeared in numerous anthologies, been broadcast on BBC radio, and been translated into eight languages.

She won the V.S.Pritchett Prize in 2008, and her work has been short-listed for Best Scottish Novel 2011, and  serialised on Women’s Hour.

She is Program Director at Moniack Mhor Writers Centre, as well as a Royal Literary Fellow in Dundee and a manuscript assessor for The Literary Consultancy.   Originally from San Francisco, she has been based in the Scottish Highlands since 1985 and lives with her husband and hens near Inverness.

 

 
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