Felicity Notley studied on UEA's MA in Creative Writing Prose Fiction in 2016, for which she was awarded the Seth Donaldson Memorial Trust Bursary. She has won and been placed in a number of literary awards, including the Bridport Prize (2015), the Literature Works First Page Prize (2014), the Mslexia Novel Competition (2013) and the Barrington Green Short Story Prize (2011). She has read her work at Port Eliot Festival and contributed to Audiotor: Minion's Lament, an immersive storytelling experience set on Bodmin Moor. Cornish Short Stories: A Collection of Cornish Contemporary Writing came out last year, of which Felicity is an editor. She is currently working on a novel set in Cornwall.