Originally from America’s Heartland, Sherry Morris writes prize-winning flash fiction and short stories from a farm in the Scottish Highlands where she watches clouds, pets cows and scribbles words. She is a board member for the acclaimed Highland publication Northwords Now and reads for the wonderfully wacky Taco Bell Quarterly. Her first published short story was about her Peace Corps experience in Ukraine. Currently, she’s developing a script for the BBC Scottish Voices writer development programme that is set in Kansas and the Highlands, and involves donuts, dogs and drag queens. She tweets @Uksherka.
If you’d like know more about Sherry’s writing do have a look at her website.