Tyler Wetherall is an established freelance writer and editor with twelve years professional experience. Her journalism has appeared in a wide range of publications including The Guardian, The Times, and The Irish Independent. She specialises in travel and lifestyle features, city guides, spirits writing, and books. She also writes a column on travel in Cuba, Our Girl in Havana.
Her short fiction has been included in journals such as The Gettysburg Review and Brooklyn Vol. 1, and she works as Deputy Editor for The Wrong Quarterly. Her writing is represented by Emma Parry of Janklow & Nesbit Associates, and her debut book will be published by Thomas Dunne Books / St. Martin's Press in 2017. She lives between London and New York, where she works from writer's membership space The Oracle Club.
Awards and Education:
Alan Lodge Young Spirits Writer of the Year 2015
Longlisted for Mslexia Memoir Competition
Arts Council England Literature Grant
Journalism MA, Distinction, Goldsmiths College
Arts and Humanities Research Council Scholarship
English BA, First class, University of Leeds