Biography: Lora Stimson is a writer and singer. Lora studied creative writing at Norwich School of Art & Design and has a Masters Diploma in creative writing from University of East Anglia. She has published stories and poems with Nasty Little Press, Unthank Books, Ink, Sweat and Tears and Streetcake Magazine. Her story ‘Cornflake Girl’ won the 2015 Words & Women New Writing Prize. She was mentored by novelist Shelley Harris as part of the WoMentoring scheme, and received an Arts Council England grant for the writing of her first novel.
Lora sings with Norwich's finest 1990's lounge-core covers band The Ferries and with swing band The Moonshine Swing Seven. She is a songwriter and her vocals can be found on tour with Luke Wright’s poetry shows. She lives in Norfolk with her husband and sons.