An American-Brit in Switzerland, Nancy Freund Fraser writes fiction, poetry, and essays. Her novels Rapeseed and Mailbox were shortlisted for several prizes. Her writing has been published in Necessary Fiction (US), The Ham (UK), Istanbul Review, (Turkey), Lakeview International Journal, (India) BloodLotus, (US), Offshoots (Switzerland), the Sirenuse Journal (Italy) and the London Independent Story Prize (UK). Her radio interviews have aired on BBC London, World Radio Switzerland, and Talk Radio Europe. She won the first Geneva Writers Group short story prize, and in 2018, Louis de Bernieres named her second place winner for his Cambridge fiction prize. She earned her BA in English and Creative Writing and her M.Ed. from UCLA and is currently pursuing her MSt in Creative Writing at Cambridge.