Wind and Bones is a project run by Hannah Stevens and Will Buckingham. We both have extensive experience as writers and workshop leaders. Find out more about us below.
Hannah is a short story writer. She has a PhD in creative writing from the University of Leicester. Her first collection, Without Makeup and Other Stories was published by Crystal Clear Creators in 2012. She also has stories published in anthologies from Valley Press, Unthank Books and in a wide range of literary journals. Her book-length collection In Their Absence, a selection of short stories on the theme of missing people, is on submission with the Stretto imprint of Roman Books, and the editor of the imprint has recommended the book for publication.
Hannah has taught creative writing in the community, in schools and most recently at the University of Leicester. Hannah has also has worked for years in the voluntary and charity sectors. She is a trustee for the charity Trade Sexual Health, and has substantial experience of working on projects relating to gender, equality and LGBTQ+ issues. You can find out more about Hannah on her personal website.
Will is a writer with two decades of experience running workshops in writing, philosophy and creativity. He has a PhD in philosophy from Staffordshire University, and a masters degree in social anthropology. He has been Reader in Writing and Creativity at De Montfort University, visiting professor at the Parami Institute, Yangon, and visiting scholar at Sichuan University. He has also worked on a wide range of grassroots and community-based projects. He writes fiction, creative non-fiction and books for children.
He has published extensively, including a children’s novel, Lucy and the Rocket Dog with Knopf (2017), the creative nonfiction book Stealing with the Eyes: Imaginings and Incantations in Indonesia (Haus Publishing, 2018), and a manual for novelists (Teach Yourself: Complete Write a Novel Course). He was also contributor to Dorling Kindersley’s globally bestselling The Philosophy Book. There’s more information about Will’s work on his personal website. He is represented by Emma Finn at C+W Agency in London.