Novelist, Short Fiction Writer, Teacher
Welcome to my page.
You find out more about my novel Embers here.
You can read some of my short fiction here.
You can read my blog here.
Josephine is a Swedish-English Writer from Eskilstuna, Sweden. She has a BA in English from the University of Exeter and an MA in Creative Writing from the University of Birmingham. She's been writing stories in Swedish ever since she learnt how to read, but didn't start writing seriously in English until her first year at University, age 19. 'Homo Anisoptera', her first completed short story written in creative writing class, became highly commended in a competition and was then published by Dream Catcher Magazine in 2016. Since then, Josephine has published 8 short stories, two poems, won two competitions and written a novel.
Creative Writing Workshops
Josephine is happy to visit your school and hold creative writing classes for your students. If you are interested in booking Josephine, email her at email@example.com.
In the Press
"in Josephine Greenland's garden we find a very different danger."
Swedish in Scotland
Read the article where I talk about living in Sotland as a Scandinavian. For Swedish-speakers only. Read it here.
My Writing Habits
I talk about my writing habits and the kind of writing I do. Read it here.
Interview by Tom Ward
Author and journalist Tom Ward asks me me about the backstory behind Embers and my experience crowdfunding with Unbound. Read the article here.
14th June 2019
Campaign Launch of Embers
Crowdfunded Publisher Unbound will be launching the campaign to publish my debut novel, Embers. You can pledge to support my book here.
1st July 2019
Publication of Pulp Literature, Issue 23
My flash fiction piece 'Wife Giver' will be published in issue 23 of Pulp Literature Magazine. Wife Giver was the winner of the Bumble Bee Flash Fiction Contest 2019, judged by Bob Thurber.