Tiffany Murray lived and worked in New York for many years but she currently lives in Herefordshire.
She is a graduate of UEA’s M.A. fiction programme and is currently Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at The University of Glamorgan. Tiffany’s short fiction has appeared in Pretext, Mslexia, and New Welsh Review. She has worked as an editor (Pretext 8 with Helon Habila), and conducts writing courses for The Taliesen Trust, The Arvon Foundation and www.writebythesea.com
Tiffany’s writing has also appeared in the Times, the Independent and the Observer.
Her first novel, Happy Accidents (HarperPerennial, 2005), was published to excellent reviews and short-listed for the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize. As was her second novel Diamond Star Halo (Portobello Books, January 2010). Her most recent novel is Ghost Moth (Parthian, 2014) .