Lucy Rose (INFP/T) is a prose writer and an award-winning writer/director. She is a charity shop addict and can be found drinking copious amounts of tea. She has a BA (hons) in Film and Television Production and an MA in Creative Writing. Her most recent film, She Lives Alone, was financed by the BFI Network and is currently visiting festivals, a number of which are BAFTA & Oscar-qualifying, and was acquired by ALTER. Lucy’s feature film, A Man at the Window, was selected for the EIFF Talent Lab Connects. Her fiction work-in-progress was shortlisted for a Curtis Brown Creative scholarship. In 2021, Lucy also joined the editorial staff of print magazine, SINK, which highlights northern voices and experiences.

Words for The Horizon Magazine, Small Leaf Press, Boshemia, SINK Magazine, The Selkie, Kandisha Press and more.

Find me on Instagram, TikTok & Twitter @LucyRoseCreates • Enquiries to hello@lucyrosecreative.co.uk

“…Rose’s film is a dark and unsettling take on the period film, with a finale that’s bound to etch itself into the mind of FrightFest goers this weekend…”


I like to draw upon my own experiences when I write my stories. I transport myself back to fearful nights spent beneath the blankets and lonely afternoons doing Ouija boards under a hot sun. I write about things that make me curious and I investigate fear. I’m influenced by intimate prose, cinema and music, and subtle human stories of the subconscious. I also love a good ghost story or a wacky horror that takes me by surprise.