Lyndsay Wheble’s work has been published in The Mechanics’ Institute Review, Litro, Spoonfeed, Belle Ombre, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, the Oxford Writers’ Circle’s Love with a Twist: An Anthology of Short Stories, and elsewhere. Her story ‘Some Things Are Not Nothing,’ about climate change and care work, was read aloud on BBC Radio Bristol in September 2021. Her flash fiction piece ‘Crowbar’ won the Reflex Fiction Prize for Summer 2018, and was shortlisted for the HISSAC Prize. She shortlisted for the Yeovil Prize in 2015. She has an MA in Creative Writing from Oxford Brookes and is currently working on a novel about birth trauma and motherhood. Lyndsay lives in Bristol.