Born in 1985, Jane Roberts is a freelance writer living in South Shropshire, UK.
Her fiction and non-fiction have been published in a variety of anthologies and journals including: Litro, Bare Fiction Magazine, The Lonely Crowd, Wales Arts Review, LossLit Magazine, Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine, NFFD Anthologies, Unthology 9, The Mechanics’ Institute Review 15, and High Spirits: A Round of Drinking Stories. She has been a participant in the Writing West Midlands’ Room 204 Writer Development Programme 2017/18, shortlisted for Bridport and Fish Prizes, longlisted for a Saboteur Award for Best Anthology as part of Literary Salmon, winning team of High Spirits writers for Best Anthology in Saboteur Awards 2019 (also featured by The Publishers Association in the 2019 Summer Recess Reading list for Parliamentarians), and won Bloomsbury Writers’ and Artists’ Flash Fiction 2013.
Jane graduated with a 2:1 in Classics (MA, Cantab), with particular reference to Sexual Ethics, Literature, Artistic Representations of the Body, Architecture, and Classical Literature in Film (Fellini, Godard, Allen). She completed The London School of Journalism course on Journalism and Newswriting. She also currently holds a WSET Distinction (Wine and Spirits Education Trust).
Diagnosed in 2017 with various health issues including (but not limited to), Hypothyroidism, Hashimoto’s, and Fibromyalgia, Jane is highly supportive of advancements in the arts sector that seek to provide inclusive and welcoming platforms for every artist, not just the few.
Between commissions and updating The Librocubicularist Reviews, Jane is writing…something you might be reading anon. She also lives on a farm with a few thousand sheep, but you will invariably find her in the kitchen (not just at parties) experimenting. See Instagram for evidence.
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