Adele Evershed was born in a small town in South Wales and now lives in a small town in Connecticut. The towns have absolutely nothing in common apart from Adele and lots of trees. She started her writing journey by making up corny rhyming couplets for Panto, a peculiarly British type of entertainment that relies on double entendres, men dressed as women and women as principal boys. Since then she has had poetry (of the non-rhyming sort) and prose published in a number of online journals and print anthologies. You can sample some of her work at Every Day Fiction, Free Flash Fiction, Ab Terra Flash Fiction Magazine, Grey Sparrow Journal, High Shelf, bee house Journal, Shot Glass Journal, The Fib Review, Réapparition Journal, Sad Girls Club and Green Ink Poetry.