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Vicky McFarland

Storyteller and writer, Vicky McFarland, has been weaving tales since 2008. An animated and engaging teller, Vicky loves to immerse herself and her audience in the landscape of the stories she tells.

Winner of the National Literacy Trust’s short story prize for re-imagined folktales in 2017, she has a number of stories published in anthologies and writes for clients such as the BBC Teach and BBC NI Writersroom, Anorak Magazine, FunKids,, the Education Authority and local councils. Vicky has performed at Edinburgh Fringe and Stendhal festivals, as well at community settings across NI and the UK.

Vicky fell in love with the beautiful Antrim Coast and moved here in 2015 to put down roots and raise a family. 

“I find the landscape breathes story; form the giants in the hills, to the fairies under them, the crumbling castles and the Mesolithic burial grounds. It is an honour to be able to keep these stories alive and a delight to bring them to new audiences.”

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