About

My name is Stephanie, I’m 22 years old, and I’m from a town called Blyth in the north east of England.

In 2014, I graduated with First Class Honours in BA English and Creative Writing from the University of Sunderland. I immediately started my MA in English Studies, working on a dissertation on the evolution of the female werewolf. In 2015 I began my PGCE PCET.

During my time at Sunderland, I founded and was re-elected president of the Feminist Society. I also became heavily involved in Spectral Visions Press. I am the editor-in-chief of the student magazine Wearside Craic, and admin of the Spectral Visions blog. My other blog, Friday’s Feminist, posts weekly and deals with intersectional feminist issues and reviews.

I’m an aspiring author, with my first short story already published in a writing magazine. I’ve also been featured in an anthology of new writers. Shameless promotion, but you can buy it here. You can also visit my writer’s site here.

This blog is pretty much dedicated to my rants and opinions on media, sexuality and feminism. I also do reviews and interviews. If you have a request for anything, let me know and I’ll try my best.

You can follow me on Twitter. Because maybe you like to hear about my day, but think I talk too much.

If there’s anything you want to know about me, leave a comment or comment me through one of the links. I really look forward to hearing from you! You can also go to the Contact Me page on here to find my email address and other ways to get in touch.

Thanks for reading!

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9 Responses to About

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  2. Michelle McCabe says:

    Could you ask him about the Bisley Boy and Bram Stoker’s interest in him. I chatted briefly to him about him at Spectral Visions but would’ve loved to have spoken more about it.

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  3. The professor sends his greetings. Our interests are basically the same. Will be following, and nice to meet you!

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