Dr Rachel Morris is an editor, writer, proofreader, and collage artist. She was formerly an international project manager and educator, and before that ran a Human Rights Award-nominated research unit at Cardiff Law School offering activist expertise on law and policy affecting the GRT communities.
Rachel’s writing appears in Byline Times, Red, Womankind, and the Honno anthology of Welsh women writing crime, Cast a Long Shadow, among others. You can find her Substack @FiveByFiveTimes. She’s editor-in-chief of Bylines Cymru, and welcomes pitches on any subject from anyone in, of, or in love with Wales to [email protected]
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