I am a writer, journalist and tutor based in Scotland, though for the last few years I’ve been chiefly a carer.
I’ve written a novel called The Ghost Marriage, which is set in 19th Century Shanghai.
I also write short stories and some have been published in Gutter, Fractured West, the anthologies A Thousand Cranes (Cargo Press) and National Flash Fiction Day, Enchanted Conversation, Pank, Luna Station Quarterly, Algebra and Granta, who introduced me as one of “the most exciting emerging talents in the world” (no, really, they did, I think they were drunk). I like performing my work, especially if people clap afterwards.
I have considerable experience writing for many different newspapers and magazines, mostly on arts-related subjects (I used to be TV critic for The Scotsman), and regularly appear on BBC radio. I have also taught adult education classes at both Glasgow and Strathclyde Universities and further education courses at West College Scotland.
I live with one adult, one child and one dog. I like to eat cheese triangles, I love books and libraries more than anything else and I promise that I don’t usually begin every sentence with ‘I’.
I am represented by Louise Lamont at LBA Books.
To contact me, please email Andrea AT AndreaMullaney.com.
9 responses to “About”
Hi Andrea, would love to speak to you about submitting a story for our magazine, drop me an email if you can?
Thank you so much, that’s lovely to hear!
your words read like poetry. keep up the excellent writing…learnt a lot from
‘Ghost marriage’ short story
Hi. Yes, that’s fine as long as you credit the piece to me and I would appreciate a link added underneath to this site. Interesting to wonder how it reads in Arabic! I used to write for Arabic-language airline magazines so it’s actually not the first time. Glad you liked the story,
I’ve just finished reading and translating your flash fiction titled Lost For Words into Arabic , and I’m going to put on my face book page. I hope this will not disturb you, if so please send me more of them.
Thank you so much, Ying, how kind of you to say so. As it happens I’ve had a lot of story rejections lately so your comment has boosted my spirits! Best wishes to you.
I’ve just finished reading The Ghost Marriage, the regional winning short for The Commonwealth Short Story competition, and I’m inspired! It is a beautifully written piece, with cross cultural complexities woven subtly into it. It reads like a ethereal, contemplative meditation. I do hope to read more of your work!