Ruth is either an award-winning fiction writer (as Ruth EJ Booth), or a music writer and photographer (as Ruth Booth). All are currently based in Glasgow, Scotland.
A member of the Glasgow SF Writers’ Circle, in 2015, Ruth won the BSFA’s Best Short Fiction award for ‘The Honey Trap’ (in La Femme, NewCon Press). In 2016, she was on the judging committee for the James White Award Short Story Competition. and the Non-fiction Prize at the British Fantasy Awards.
Ruth is also a Fantasy Literature academic. In 2017, she co-organized Glasgow International Fantasy Conversations (GIFCON) symposium, and presented papers both here and at Worldcon 75. She is currently studying on the MLitt in Fantasy at the University of Glasgow.
She currently spends her spare time as a yogini or half-marathon runner. She can only whistle backwards.
You can find her at the following links:
“I might also name Anna Tambour, Amal El-Mohtar and Ruth Booth as must-read writers…” – Hal Duncan, author of The Book of All Hours series, on The BRSBKBLOG.