Author of Gruesome in Golders Green in the Dark London Anthology
Miriam Drori grew up in north-west London from the age of eighteen months, leaving to go to university and later to emigrate to Israel, where she has remained. She now remembers parts of her childhood as being quite dark, although not in the same way as her story in this anthology.
With a degree in Maths, Miriam worked as a computer programmer and later as a technical writer before turning to writing and editing fiction and some non-fiction. Her two latest books are SOCIAL ANXIETY REVEALED (non-fiction), which provides a comprehensive description of social anxiety from multiple viewpoints, and CULTIVATING A FUJI (fiction), the uphill struggle but ultimately uplifting life of a guy who’s different. Previous short stories have appeared in 100 Stories for Queensland and Hitler Did It.
This author has contributed a short story to Dark London, a collection inspired by one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and showcasing the writing talents of seventeen writers across the world.
From mysterious locations to undiscovered people, and covering nearly a millennium of history, we’re sure that you’ll love this diverse collection.
All royalties will be donated to London-based charities. Writers, artists, editors, contributors and the publisher receive no royalties.
Dark London is the first in a series of city-inspired anthologies. Look out for news of the second anthology soon.