Eileen is a Scottish writer who swings between writing comedy and tragedy. Her stories ‘Run for It’ and ‘Freehand’ were short-listed for ‘The Singularity’, whilst her comedy drama ‘Once Bitten’ made last 15% of BBC Writersroom Script-lab 4.
Her short monologue ‘Watching’ was performed on stage at Aberdeen Performing Arts scratch-night and her scripts ‘Dough’ and ‘Gnome Alone’ were chosen as part of the Actors Table Read sessions at London Screenwriters Festival.
Eileen has recently completed her debut crime novel, ‘Drowsy, Sleepy Kisses’ aided by tea, digestives and an expandable waistband.
Psst! …You! Yes, you. It’s me, the small, vaguely fluffy one, dying of embarrassment in the corner. Anyway, come here, they’re busy and I’ll tell you why ‘Create 50’ is like a good friend. SUPPORT. If you are shy, like me, you can send a story to cyberspace and no one says; ‘Rejection’, ‘Not in