Honoria’s short fiction has met success in several competitions, including the Bristol, Fish, Brighton and Mslexia prizes, as well as the Royal Academy Pindrop Award.

She was runner up in the Bridport Prize and has been shortlisted twice. A finalist in the ‘Richard and Judy/WH Smith Search for a Bestseller’ award, Honoria was also longlisted for the BBC National Short Story Award in 2020.
She won the Primadonna Prize in 2020 and is now working on her debut novel.

Honoria has worked as a solicitor, translator, and teacher of law. She lives in Brighton with her family and an Irish terrier called Molly.