Gill Hoffs
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Gill Hoffs

Gill Hoffs grew up on the Scottish coast before gaining a BSc in Psychology from the University of Glasgow. She worked with children with a variety of needs before she had her son in 2007. Gill’s short nonfiction, Black Fish, won the 2011 Spilling Ink Nonfiction Prize, and her work is widely available online and in print, including “Wild: a collection” (Pure Slush, 2012) and “The Sinking of RMS Tayleur: The Lost Story of the ‘Victorian Titanic’” (Pen & Sword, 2014). See her website: gillhoffs.wordpress.com for details or contact her on twitter – @gillhoffs – or at gillhoffs@hotmail.co.uk
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