Lynne Bryan is the author of the short story collection, ENVY AT THE CHEESE HANDOUT (published by Faber & Faber), and the novels GORGEOUS and LIKE RABBITS (Sceptre). She has co-edited six anthologies of short prose, her work has been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and her story A Regular Thing was made into an award-winning Danish short film. Her memoir IRON MAN was published by Salt in April 2021.
Lynne has taught creative writing for the Arvon Foundation, Norwich University of the Arts and the University of East Anglia amongst others. She was the co-ordinator of UEA’s summer school for teachers who teach creative writing and, for many years, helped run Words and Women, a literary organisation which supported women writers in the East of England, and which won the Outstanding Contribution to the Arts category of the Norfolk Arts Awards 2018. Lynne currently teaches at the National Centre of Writing.