Co-Director (Writing and Publishing)
Dr Tiffani Angus is an author in several genres, including SFF, horror, and historical fiction. She has a background in educational publishing and teaching fiction and non-fiction writing.
After finishing a BA and MA in the US, Tiffani came to the UK to complete a PhD in Creative Writing, which included writing an historical-fantasy novel as well as a dissertation investigating space and time in real and fictional gardens. A graduate of Clarion 2009, Tiffani is involved in genre fandom as a guest and panellist at SFF conventions. Her background in publishing includes several years working as an editor for an educational materials developer in the US; as a freelance writer/editor/proof-reader for educational, corporate, and private clients; and as a newspaper copyeditor.
In addition to interests in publishing and teaching creative writing, Tiffani’s research interests include British gardening history and the history of garden publishing, gardens in SFF, and women in post-apocalyptic fiction.
2017 (forthcoming) “On Tradescant Road” BFS Horizons
2016 “If Wishes Were Horses”; British Fantasy Society Horizons #3 (originally published in Strange Horizons, 2009)
2015 “The Final Voyage of the World’s Oldest Time Traveler”; Athena’s Daughter’s II, Silence in the Library Publishing
2015 “Bundle of Joy”; Pornokitsch.com (NB: associated with Jurassic London)
2014 “Fairchild’s Folly”; Irregularity, Jurassic London; nominated for a British Fantasy Award
2013 “Bright is the Water, Dark is the Land”; Tails of the Pack, Sky Warrior Books
2011 “All’s Fair”; Best Women’s Erotica 2012, Cleis Press
2014 “Friday Five: 5 Fantastic Gardens” at Pornokitsch.com (NB: associated with Jurassic London publishing)
2013 “Friday Five: Gateway Smut” at Pornokitsch.com; included as part of 2013 Hugo, Award Voters’ packet
2010 “The Schuylers of Albany and 18th Century Hospitality”; Patriots of the American Revolution
2008 “The Battle at Home: Bringing the Civil War to Life for Young Readers”; Civil War Historian