Etta Dunn started her working life in research genetics at Glasgow University where she co-authored several scientific papers.
In her early thirties she left Glasgow to live in Ayrshire and founded her own company designing, manufacturing and retailing leatherwear.
Now, in retirement she is a writer and publisher with the imprint Fleming Publications. Her work has been published in print, audio and film format, broadcast on radio and performed on stage. She is Chair of the Federation of Writers (Scotland) and Vice-Chair of Weegie Wednesday - both organisations run entirely by volunteers.
In December 2012 she was elected to the board of directors of the Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector. Between committee meetings and editorial commitments she is currently working on a book of photographs of Glasgow, past and present.
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