Lindz McLeod is the Competition Secretary of the Edinburgh Writer's Club, as well as their Flash Fiction judge. She has a BA in English Literature and Creative Writing (graduated 2017), as well as a MA in Creative Writing (graduated 2019).
Lindz is looking for representation for her first novel, Beast, which explores a fresh perspective of the timeless fairytale Beauty and the Beast, as seen through the eyes of the uptight butler, Le Majordome. Set in rural France in 1793, the novel examines classism, and self-identity; it explores the lead-up to the witch's curse placed on both the young lord and the castle servants, and asks the question— 'is a monster born, or bred?'
She is now simultaneously working on her second novel, Wickham, a retelling of Pride and Prejudice, and a third novel, Typical, a dual-perspective book following the exploits of a female serial killer and the female detective who is hunting her down.
In her spare time, she is a member of the Leith Community Archery Club, and travels often to New York where her partner lives. She is available for readings, submission requests, workshops and events - contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org