Georgina Aboud

Georgina Aboud is of Anglo-Irish and Lebanese heritage. She lives in Eastbourne where she works as a freelance writer and creative practitioner. She is the recipient of the Moth Short Story Prize and a New Writing South:21 Fellowship. Her book ‘Cora Vincent’ was published as part of the Spotlight series, and her work features in current and upcoming anthologies. Commissions include collaboratives piece for Brighton Festival in 2022 and 2023. She is an awardee of a Shifting the Gaze bursary with Writing Our Legacy, where she is also a Changing Chalk Associate Artist.  Georgina has experience of facilitating workshops both online as well as in person in Brighton, Surrey and on the South Downs with both adults and children, and holds a NCFE Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Children’s and Young People’s Mental Health.  She is currently working on a novel, and with the assistance of a recent Arts Council grant, developing her first poetry pamphlet.

Georgina's latest work

This dazzling series shows that if the barriers can be vaulted there is true beauty to be had from the lesser-walked streets of literature. These works are both nourishing and inspiring, and a gift to any reader.

Kerry Hudson

A chance break in a West End theatre production forces a derailed actress to confront her demons and offers her an opportunity to escape her past and live life to the full.

Cora, a once promising actress, is trapped by circumstances and immobilized by a disheartening career path, failed relationships and a battered sense of self. Set against a background of a country split by politics and disjointed through lives that are increasingly isolated and lonely, this is a short, sharp story of small victories and immense moral courage.

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