TRACEY GEMMELL is a British writer, recently returned to Exmoor after thirty years in the USA. An obsessive search for home finds her ricocheting through countries like a malfunctioning satellite navigation system. It also leads to fiction that focuses on location, where the ‘right place’ transforms lives. Tracey has been featured on BBC Somerset Radio and received an honourable mention for her short story ‘Scooby-Doo and Hobnobs’ in the Jade Ring Contest, 2018. Her former lives include autism research, literacy and special education programs as a speech-language pathologist, and volunteering with refugee programs focused on teaching English. She is the author of two novels: Dunster’s Calling, a runner-up in the 2016 Shelf Unbound Best Indie Book Competition, and More or Less Annie.