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About Angie

Angie Spoto is an American fiction writer and poet living in Edinburgh. In 2020, she completed a PhD in Creative Writing at the University of Glasgow. Her doctoral thesis was a fantasy novel, called The Grief Nurse, and a collection of essays on grief, madness and language. The Grief Nurse has been shortlisted for the First Novel Prize 2021 and The Bridge Awards Emerging Writer Award in 2020. Angie is represented by Robbie Guillory from Kate Nash Literary Agency.

 

She is editor of the collection Disclosures: Rewriting the Narrative About HIV published by Edinburgh-based press Stewed Rhubarb. Her poetry, essays and surrealist and horror stories have appeared in numerous publications around the world.

Books

The book Uncovered Voices.
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Disclosures: Rewriting the Narrative About HIV

Stewed Rhubarb Press, 2018

Uncovered Voices

Uncovered Artistry, 2018

A collection of books by Mary Oliver, Roland Barthes and Audre Lorde.
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Books on a bookshelf, including Lewis Carroll and Jane Austen.
A constellation.

Short Stories

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Essays

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Workshops

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Poetry

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Awards

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Research

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The Survivor Arts Community

Angie helps run the Glasgow-based nonprofit The Survivor Arts Community, which supports the artistic practices of survivors of sexual violence and domestic abuse. The Survivor Arts Community runs free creative projects and one-off workshops for survivors, creating a community of survivors while engaging the local public.

Contact

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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