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Farhana Khalique is a writer, editor, voiceover artist, teacher and PhD student from south-west London, UK.

Her writing has appeared in a number of publications in print and online, including Flash Fiction Festival SixTales from the City, Best Small Fictions, and more. Farhana has judged the Oxford Flash Fiction Prize, been shortlisted for The Asian Writer Short Story Prize, and she is a former Word Factory Apprentice Award winner. She is also a submissions editor at SmokeLong Quarterly, a former fiction editor at Litro Magazine, and she has written for the stage and performed her work at London's Tara Theatre. 

Farhana is also a freelance voiceover artist and has worked as a continuity announcer at Channel 4 Television, and she has over fifteen years of experience of teaching A Level and GCSE English in schools and colleges in inner city London.

Farhana regularly teaches creative writing workshops and masterclasses, both independently and with other organisations. Forthcoming and previous workshops include collaborations with Writers & Artists, SmokeLong Quarterly, Flash Fiction Festival UK, Retreat West, National Flash Fiction Day UK, The Crow Collective, Dahlia Publishing, South Asian Heritage Month UK, and more. 

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Photo credit: Jasdeep Bhabra

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