Maureen Flynn lives on the sunny South Coast of NSW with her partner and is an avid speculative fiction and crime lover, writer and fan. Her collection of poetry, My Heart’s Choir Sings, a collection about grief, guilt, the blame game and moving on was self-published in 2014 and she religiously reviews Doctor Who on her Inkashlings blog. She has finally taken up consultancy in 2018 so she can dedicate more hours of her day to working on novels and short stories.
Her short story, ‘The Washer Woman’s Favourite‘ was published in Aussie Speculative Fiction’s anthology, ‘Beginnings.’ She has two other short story fantasy publications, Gardening through the danse macabe (A hand of knaves, CSFG) and The life and crime of Dr Minnie Isaacs (PhD) (Temporal Fractures, forthcoming Specul8). She also participated in ACT Hardcopy for fiction writers in the 2018 cohort. You can find her on twitter @inkashling