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About Laurence Sullivan
Runner-up in the Wicked Young Writer Awards: Gregory Maguire Award, Laurence Sullivan's creative writing has appeared in such places as: Londonist, The List, NHK-World, Literary Orphans and Crack the Spine. He became inspired to start writing during his studies at the universities of Kent, Utrecht and Birmingham – after being saturated in all forms of literature from across the globe and enjoying every moment of it. He is currently pursuing a PhD at Northumbria University in the Medical Humanities, exploring literary portrayals of women's domestic medicine during the eighteenth century.
Laurence takes inspiration from his favourite writers like Ryūnosuke Akutagawa, Peter Shaffer, and Suzanne Collins. Personally, though, he enjoys writing drama, fantasy, and horror. When not writing, Laurence can probably be found playing video games whilst feeding his pathological addiction to tea.
More of his work can be found online at www.laurencesullivan.co.uk and on Twitter @LozzySullivan
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