Tracy Emerson

Tracey Emerson has lived in Edinburgh for ten years, working as a performer and workshop leader in theatre and community arts. She started writing prose fiction in 2003 and in 2004 was a runner up in The Scotsman and Orange Short Story Award. She recently received a New Writer’s Bursary from the Scottish Arts Council and is writing more short stories as well as starting her first novel.

Anthologies featuring Tracy Emerson

Parenthesis: a New Generation in Short Fiction

Comma's second anthology of new writers showcases 20 of the most imaginative and daring voices taking up the form; writers dedicated to charting the far reaches of this terrain right at the outset of their careers; writers who prove it's best to stay short.