Eilidh G Clark is a writer and poet living in central Scotland. A recent graduate of the University of Stirling, Eilidh has an MLitt in Creative Writing and a BA Hons in English Literature.
2017 was a successful year for the writer with 13 pieces of writing published in various online and paper magazines. Her short story ‘The Impracticality of Home’, was highly commended in the Carers UK Creative Writing competition and published in the anthology.
Specialising in memoir and the narrative non-fiction form, Eilidh is currently working towards completing her childhood memoir, ‘Tick.’ This will be followed by a novel titled ‘Cheese Scones & Valium.’
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