Trisha Andres is currently a PhD candidate in Creative and Critical Writing and a recent MA in Creative Writing Prose Fiction graduate at the University of East Anglia (UEA). Before this, she was a travel editor at The Daily Telegraph and worked for the FT Weekend and the Press Association. She has written for The Daily Telegraph, The Financial Times, The Guardian, The Independent, The Scotsman, Condé Nast Traveller, and more. She has appeared as a commentator on BBC, ITV and Channel 5, as well as giving talks and chairing panels at venues including Wilderness Festival and Soho House Group.

Trisha is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA). She is a graduate of the six-month Novel Writing courses at The Faber Academy and Curtis Brown Creative. She was a finalist in The Literary Consultancy Pen Factor competition 2023 and won two Best Manuscript Sample awards at the Atlanta Writers Conference (US). Trisha is an alumna of Tin House Workshop (US) and the Community of Writers (formerly Squaw Valley) Workshop (US), where she was awarded the James D. Houston Scholarship. She was selected as a mentee on the Hachette UK x Tamasha Theatre Company’s novel writing mentorship programme.

Trisha lives in London. She is represented by Maria Cardona Serra at Aevitas Creative Management.