Eve Chancellor is an English Teacher in Manchester, and she has previously studied in Liverpool and Melbourne. She has an MLitt in Victorian Literature from the University of Glasgow, with a specialism in the role of childhood in 19th Century fiction. Her short stories are published on East of the Web and upcoming with Reflex Press. Her poetry has been published by Fly on the Wall, Ink, Sweat and Tears, and Sentinel Literary Quarterly.
Zena could hardly believe that she was on a plane, gazing down over the North Island. Everything she knew about New Zealand came from Luke’s photographs and postcards: sparkling lagoons, snow-capped mountains and silver ferns.