The Sulphur Diaries
Alice is in deep trouble. The police have found her covered in blood and surrounded by corpses. The dazed teenager explains that she had befriended an angel to help her escape her tiny Yorkshire village that is situated over a gate to hell. Why? Because the Harvest was coming and the love of her life was up for selection.
Georgina Kamsika is a speculative fiction writer born in Yorkshire, England, to Anglo-Indian immigrant parents and has spent most of her life explaining her English first name, Polish surname and Asian features.
She remembers being very proud when her story was chosen to be displayed on the wall (this was at infant school). Many years later, she began taking her writing seriously and has had numerous short stories published in magazines and the odd anthology. In 2012 she attended Clarion West, with a number of teachers as diverse and talented as George R.R. Martin and Chuck Palahniuk.
Georgina can be found lurking on Twitter as @thessilian, usually retweeting anything from why Yorkshire is great to art thefts in India.