“Everyone’s afraid of being ugly and ending up alone. It’s become a modern day mental plague.” Fiona Inglis, The Missing Slate’s Author of the Month, talks to Umamah Wajid.Read More
Fiona Inglis is a Scottish writer who graduated from the University of Strathclyde’s BA Hons Journalism and Creative Writing Degree, and was a recipient of the University’s Keith Wright Memorial Prize for Fiction during her study. Her short fiction has been published in Valve Journal and performed at Aye Write! Literary Festival, Glasgow. She currently lives in Belgium where she is writing a collection of short stories.
Editor’s note: ‘Hair, cuts’ has previously appeared in print, and is republished online with kind permission from the author and Valve Journal.
“I became obsessed with hair. I found it on everyone… worst of all was the pubic hair I found on large old women in swimming pool showers – beads of water dripping from the long dank curtains of hair that lay clapped to their thighs.” Story of the Week (June 13), by Fiona Inglis.Read More