Karen Hodgson Pryce
Karen Hodgson Pryce lives in Aviemore, Scotland. She has an MA(Hons) in English Literature from the University of Glasgow. She had taught English to Speakers of other Languages for twenty years. Apart from writing poetry and short stories, she spends her time loch swimming, trail running, road cycling and hill-walking all over the Scottish Highlands.
Her poetry has appeared in Lighthouse, Northwords Now, Black Bough Poetry, The Poets’ Republic, Butcher’s Dog and Ink, Sweat & Tears. It is also in the Landfall anthology (New Voices Press) & Shared Stories: A year in the Cairngorms anthology. Her short story was Commended in the Neil Gunn Competition 2017. She won 3rd Prize in the Café Writers Open Poetry Competition, 2019. She is currently preparing her first poetry pamphlet for publication.