Tiffani Angus is an author in several genres, including SFF, horror, and historical fiction. She has a background in educational publishing and teaching fiction and non-fiction writing.
After finishing a BA and MA in the US, Tiffani came to the UK to complete a PhD in Creative Writing, which included writing an historical-fantasy novel as well as a dissertation investigating space and time in real and fictional gardens. A graduate of Clarion 2009, Tiffani is involved in genre fandom as a guest and panellist at SFF conventions. Her background in publishing includes several years working as an editor for an educational materials developer in the US; as a freelance writer/editor/proof-reader for educational, corporate, and private clients; and as a newspaper copyeditor.
Tiffani's teaching covers Creativity and Content and Production Processes in Publishing as well as creative writing, both undergraduate and post-graduate, with a particular focus on fantasy, science fiction, horror, and other genre writing.
Angus, T. 2015. The Final Voyage of the World’s Oldest Time Traveler. In: M. Allen and J.K. Spendlove, eds. 2015. Athena’s Daughters Vol 2. Salt Lake City: Silence in the Library, LLC.
Angus, T. 2015. Bundle of Joy. Pornokitsch.
Angus, T. 2014. Fairchild’s Folly. In: J. Shurin, ed. 2014. Irregularity. London: Jurassic London.
Angus, T. 2013. Bright is the Water, Dark is the Land. In: S.E. Wedel, ed. 2013. Tails of the Pack: A Werewolf Anthology. Sky Warrior Books.
Angus, T. 2011. All’s Fair. In V. Blue, ed. 2011. Best Women’s Erotica 2012. Berkeley: Cleis Press.
Angus, T. 2010. The Schuylers of Albany and 18th Century Hospitality. In: Patriots of the American Revolution, July 2010.
Angus, T. 2009. If Wishes Were Horses. Strange Horizons.
Angus, T. 2008. The Battle at Home: Bringing the Civil War to Life for Young Readers. In: Civil War Historian, May 2008.
Angus, T. 2016. Performance in the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing Workshop. Presented at Science Fiction Research Association, University of Liverpool. 28-30 June 2016.
Angus, T. 2014. Theme as a Route into Rewriting; Beyond the Moral of the Story. Presented at Great Writing International Creative Writing Conference, Imperial College. 28-29 June 2014.
Angus, T. 2014. The Garden as Character: Britain’s Great Country House Gardens in Children’s Fantasy Literature. Presented at The Country House in Britain 1914–2014, Newcastle University, 6-8 June 2014.
Angus, T. 2013. Planting a Fantasy: Using Historic Places to Grow Fiction. Presented at National Association of Writers in Education Annual Conference, York. 15 November 2013.
Angus, T. 2011. A Subtle Revolution: Lord Dunsany’s The King of Elfland’s Daughter as Utopian, Feminist Fairy Tale. Presented at Myth and Fairy Tale in Film and Literature post-1900, University of York. 25-26 March 2011.