"Not even air can escape here. The days pass like insects stuck in amber; struggling in a sticky haze until they wisely give up and die. The only relief is the night...and the white teeth that it brings."
-- Flies and Honey.
Emma Whitehall is a writer and performer based in the North East of England. She specialises in blending the supernatural and the sensual, working mostly in Flash Fiction and short stories. Her work has been longlisted for the Bath Novella in Flash Award, and shortlisted in the 2017 Fish Flash Fiction Competition.
Emma also writes articles about the writing lifestyle, as well as reviews of genre fiction, for various magazines and websites - including Book and Brew and Unnerving Magazine, respectively.
Emma's self-published collection of stories and poetry, "Dust Motes and Faded Green Velvet", was released in 2014, and can be purchased, along with her other work, from amazon.co.uk. She is in the process of writing her next collection.
Her biggest fear is a meaningless life.