Bio

Gabriela is a writer and performer. She has been awarded the Royal Society of Literature V S Pritchett award and is published alongside Sarah Waters in Virago’s collection of ghostly tales, Something was There. After receiving a First Class degree in History, Gabriela trained at Drama Studio London where she was awarded student of the year. In 2007, she completed an MA in Creative Writing with Distinction, and co-founded writLOUD, a literary event based in London (now called Hubbub). Currently, she teaches ‘writing out loud’ for MA students at Oxford University, as well as hosting her own workshops for writers. She also provides mentoring services for writers.

Gabriela is the Assistant Director at The John Osborne Arvon Centre for Writers

Links to purchase books, featuring Gabriela’s short stories

Fish Anthology 2010

The Mechanics’ Institute Review Issue 4

‘Something was there’

The London Magazine

10 Responses to Bio

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  2. I’m beginning to suspect there is some kind of connection between chocolate and right hemisphere people. Best wishes on your novel. I know it will be amazing.

  3. waxnwings says:

    loooove brownies! apparently if made with mayonnaise they offer a “posh” twist…

  4. Kane Holder says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog! I’m currently reading all of your blog posts and I’m learning so much. Your passion is infectious! Haha.

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  6. Louisa says:

    Hi, Gabs…Bella directed me here. Your work is beautiful. I am so glad to have found this little window into your life as a writer.

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