Samina Chaudry was born in Manchester and then moved to Lahore as a child. After completing a Masters degree in English Literature from Punjab University she became a lecturer at Bahria College, Karachi. In 1999 she moved to Glasgow, where she worked part time for Breast Cancer Relief as well as Scottish Power. Recently she has been self employed, overlooking finances in her husband’s construction company as well as caring for her three children.
Most of Samina’s spare time is spent writing short stories and she is also working on a novella. Her work has been published by ‘Scottish PEN’, ‘thi wurd’, and in the book, ‘Tales From A Cancelled Country.’ She has also had some poems anthologised in ‘Poetry Forward Press’.