Fiona Shaw (author)
Fiona Shaw (born 1964) is a novelist.
Between 2007 and 2012 she was Royal Literary Fund writing fellow, first at the University of York and subsequently at the University of Sheffield. She has also taught courses in creative writing, literature and mental health and life writing at the University of York, in both the English Department and the Medical School; at York St John University; and within adult education.
She has written a memoir on postnatal depression and four novels: The Sweetest Thing (Virago, 2003), The Picture She Took (2005), Tell it to the Bees (Tindal Street, 2009) and A Stone’s Throw (Serpent’s Tail, 2012).
She lives in York with her partner and two daughters.