Jan Carson is based in Belfast. Recent works include the novel Malcolm Orange Disappears (Liberties Press, 2014), the short story collection Children’s Children (Liberties Press, 2016) and a microfiction collection, Postcard Stories (Emma Press, 2017). She recently signed a three-book deal with Doubleday, with a novel forthcoming in early 2019. Carson’s stories have aired on BBC Radio 4 and most recently on Radio 3 (read by Liam Neeson). Her work has appeared in journals like Banshee, Harper’s Bazaar and The Honest Ulsterman. Currently, she’s the Roaming Writer in Residence on Translink Trains throughout Ireland for the Irish Writers’ Centre Dublin.