Elisabeth Kelly is a mum and a teacher. She lives on a hill farm in the Scottish Borders with her young family and too many animals. She started writing poetry again in 2020 and will or has been published in various journals and anthologies including by Dreich Poetry Magazine, Eyeflash Poetry, Dodging the Rain, Fragmented Voices and Hedgehog Poetry Press. Her debut collection will be published by Hedgehog Poetry Press in 2021. She was Shortlisted for the Anthony Cronin International Poetry Award 2020. She loves chocolate puddings and the change of seasons.