Georgie Codd is a graduate of the University of East Anglia's Prose-writing MA. Winner of the Seth Donaldson Memorial Bursary for her flash fiction portfolio, after leaving UEA she became the chief UK contributor to the widely acclaimed international project, The Silent History. Her short stories have been selected for print by The Supplement, for performance by Liars' League London, and shortlisted by Bradt, the Calderdale Competition and The London Journal of Fiction.

Georgie has worked behind the scenes at a funeral parlour, taught English in a Himalayan nunnery, edited publications for the Tibetan Government in Exile, and shadowed drug dealers in Florida City.  She lives in London, freelancing for an international travel company, and is currently working on both fiction and non-fiction projects.