Sef Churchill won a national writing award at age sixteen and promptly did nothing about it. More recently she won The Write Practice's Short Story Contest, and became a staff contributor at Short Fiction Break. Nowadays, she writes poetry and microfiction and her work has appeared in literary journals and anthologies. Her microfiction chapbook, Dread,is available through Amazon; her microfictions are featured in an anthology coming out in September 2019; she is also the general editor for an international collection of short stories, to be released in September 2019. On her website http://sefchurchill.com she offers wry creative guidance. She lives in the UK.