Cherie Jones is a mother-of-four, writer and lawyer. She graduated with distinction from the MA programme at Sheffield Hallam University in 2015, where she was awarded the AM Heath Prize and the Archie Markham Award.
She is also a fellowship awardee of Vermont Studio Centre. Cherie's short fiction has been published in PANK, Eclectica, Cadenza and The Feminist Wire, and broadcasted on BBC Radio. Her first collection 'The Burning Bush Women & Other Stories' was published in 2004. She was awarded third prize in the 2015 Frank Collymore Literary Endowment Awards for 'Water for the End of the World' and is currently working on a collection of flash fiction and a novel, tentatively titled 'How the One-Armed Sister Sweeps Her House'.