Alison Woodhouse is a writer, tutor and mentor based in the Southwest, currently in her first year of a funded PhD in Creative Writing, exploring polyphony. Her novella, The House on the Corner, (AdHoc Fiction, 2020) and her short fiction collection, Family Frames, (V Press,2021) explore familial relationships. She has a particular interest in family narratives and myth making and will use the residency to work on the first draft of her hybrid novel.