Maeve O’Lynn completed a PhD on Gender and Genre in NI Fiction at Ulster University in 2011. She has published work in Banshee, The Stinging Fly, Abridged, The Tangerine, Fallow Media, and The Honest Ulsterman. She was shortlisted for the 2018 Hennessy New Irish Writing Award for Emerging Fiction and won the 2019 TU Short Story Competition at Red Line Book Festival, Dublin. Her work was featured as part of the GFA20 Curation on the Poetry Jukebox at Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast. Maeve began collaborating on The Xenophon Project with visual artist Siobhan McGibbon in 2015. Her day (& night) job is FE College lecturer / copywriter to the stars. She lives in Belfast with her family.