Caroline Hardman

Caroline Hardman has tried song-writing, comedy writing and technology journalism, but now writes mainly fiction.  She has lived in London for 10 years. She has had two stories (A Perfect Fit and A Touch of Froth) performed at Storytails and  a short story ‘Breaking the Duck’  pubished in the September 2011 issue of Open Pen.

Caroline’s story for Stations, Bloody Marys and a Bowl of Pho, is set in Hoxton.  She describes it as: a shopping trip that doesn’t work out entirely as planned.

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