FitzGerald-Petri, Trisha

Trisha FitzGerald-Petri was born and grew up in Ireland, but moved to Germany in the early eighties. She studied Graphic Design and Visual Communications at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin and later turned to creative writing. Her novels are “Peggy Does a Runner” which was re-released as “Making Tracks” (EPPIE finalist 2003 for the Best Single Title/Mainstream Novel), “Casting Off” and “Over The Wall” (Golden Wings Award and EPPIE finalist 2009). Trisha is an active member of The Frankfurt Writers’ Group and three of her short stories—“Hide and Seek”, “Red Shoes” and “Memory Lane Madness”—are included in the group’s anthology “A Place Between Worlds, which has been published by Fairmount Publishing, Germany.