Jane McLaughlin’s poetry and short stories have appeared in many magazines and anthologies. She has been placed and listed in national competitions including the National Poetry Competition. Her story ‘Trio for Four Voices’ was included in ‘Best British Short Stories 2018’ (Salt Publishing) and has been made into a short film. Her poetry collection ‘Lockdown’ won the Cinnamon Press debut collection competition, judged by Matthew Francis, and has received excellent reviews. One of her poems was ‘Poem for Europe’ in the New European in September 2018. Her crossover e-novella ‘The Abbot’s Cat’ is set in an Anglo-Saxon monastery.
Jane’s story for Solstice Shorts 2020 Tymes goe by Turnes is Sketchbook