Jane Flett is a philosopher, cellist, and seamstress of most fetching stories.

Her fiction has been commissioned for BBC Radio, performed at the Edinburgh International Book Festival, and published in PANK, Word Riot and wigleaf's top 50

In 2010, she was awarded the Scottish Book Trust New Writer Award and promptly quit her job managing a music venue to spend more time making up stories. Writing a book has taken longer than expected, but doesn't everything?

Jane once sent Tom Robbins stories in the mail and he said it was "among the most exciting things I've read since social networking crippled the Language Wheel". She has been quoting this ever since.

Her poetry features in Salt's Best British Poetry 2012 and is available as a chapbook, Quick, to the Hothouse, from dancing girl press.

Jane also plays cello and sings in Razor Cunts, who have been described as "the fiercest Riot Grrrl band today".

When she's not writing or making loud noises, Jane is a creative writing tutor and mentor for The Reader Berlin and one of the founders and hosts of Queer Stories Berlin.

If you would like Jane to read you stories (perhaps whilst stroking your hair?), or to send you stories in the mail for you to publish, or to be your writing mentor, that would be nice. Get in touch.