Niamh Gordon is a writer and interdisciplinary researcher from Manchester. She has an MA in Prose Fiction from UEA and is a 2nd-year AHRC-funded PhD student on the DFA Creative Writing programme at the University of Glasgow. She researches narrative time and how it functions, representations of bereavement by suicide, postvention practices, and experimental writing about grief. She is a member of the Suicidal Behaviour Research Lab and the Glasgow Medical Humanities Network.
Her writing has been published by Flash Fiction Magazine, Return Trip, Still Point Journal, and The Polyphony. She is currently working on a novel told in reverse chronology which traces the lasting impact of grief through the lives of two characters who meet by chance.
Niamh is currently on maternity leave until 2023.