Erini Loucaides is an Australian-Cypriot writer and teacher with a BA in English from the University of London. She has been shortlisted for Bridport 2020, Fresher (Bournemouth Prize) 2018, Sydney Morning Herald Young Writer 1988. Longlists include Mslexia 2020, Fish 2019, and top 15% First Pages International Prize 2020. Her work has been featured in the Fresher Anthology, 100 Words of Solitude, Cadences Literary Journal, In Focus, Royal Society of Literature’s Only Connect project, and Mslexia. In 2020, she was one of three Cypriot writers selected by the Commonwealth Foundation for a one-to-one summer mentorship with Jennifer Makumbi.
Erini lives in Cyprus with her husband and two sons. Greek myths, wild storms, and houses in the middle of nowhere greatly inspire her.Read More →