Elinor Caiman Sands

Elinor Caiman Sands’ latest story, “The Sewers of New York,” is out now in Zooscape magazine. Read it here for free.

Elinor has also had short fiction published in the Ditmar Award winning anthology, Defying Doomsday, from Australia’s Twelfth Planet Press; the Aurora Award nominated Strange Bedfellows Anthology of Political Science Fiction (published by Bundoran Press) as well in Cosmos Online and elsewhere.

She’s a member of Codex Writers.

In the past Elinor has worked in both politics and publishing, including time spent as Deputy Editor of the UK Labour Party’s magazine for activists, Progress, established by Derek Draper.

She has a first class honours degree in history and politics from the University of Nottingham, and in September 2022 she won a scholarship to the Faber Academy’s Writing a Novel course.

She lives in Cornwall, England, and happens to be a little person—a dwarf—standing at only three foot tall.

Elinor Caiman Sands--three foot tall, with fair hair and glasses, wearing a flowery blouse and t-shirt and red tassled skirt. Sitting in a child-sized rocking chair.
Elinor Caiman Sands

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