When Ceri Lowe-Petraske isn’t writing, she’s a self-employed project management consultant specialising in financial services. She lives with her partner Kristina in Bristol, England and has various obsessions including all things Spanish, travelling and, of course, writing.
In the last two years she’s won the Global Short Stories annual prize, the Flash 500 Award, the Story Star Publishing Prize and the Writers’ Forum Short Story competition. She’s also been placed and published in the Exeter Short Story Prize, Word Hut Short Story Competition & Henshaw Prize. In 2013, she was also long-listed in the Bristol Prize and Lightship Publishing Awards.
She has just finished her novel The Start of Things, the first instalment in the Paradigm Trilogy, a dystopian YA series set in a post apocalyptic world.