No Autumn by Hannah Froggatt

Art credit - Elizabeth Stark

Art credit – Elizabeth Stark

Hannah Froggatt is a final-year student at the University of Warwick, where she studies English Literature and Creative Writing. She is an executive member of the Literature, Poetry Slam and Writing Societies and she is also currently an intern at the international publishing platform Tethered By Letters. She produces content for Warwick Student Beans Magazine, edits for the Basilica Press literary journal and is Local News Editor for the nationally-syndicated University Paper. She was shortlisted in a fiction competition on SparkNotes SparkLife. Despite all this, she sometimes finds time to actually write stuff.
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Hannah is from West Yorkshire in Great Britain, where she enjoys running, cooking and volunteering at the Oxfam bookshop. Her writing idols are Terry Pratchett, George Eliot and Patricia Highsmith. Her personal idols are Stephen Fry, Maya Angelou and Katie Piper.
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Follow her on Twitter (@JustHantastic) and she’ll try to make you laugh.
Hannah grinning like a fool.

Hannah grinning like a fool.

Hannah dressed like a sheep "because comedy doesn't come easily" to her.

Hannah dressed like a sheep “because comedy doesn’t come easily” to her.

The author's kitten, looking intelligent.

The author’s kitten, looking intelligent.

The author's puppy, doing his extra-cute face for the camera in case it decides to feed him.

The author’s puppy, doing his extra-cute face for the camera in case it decides to feed him.

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