Maggie Hamand

Non-fiction writer, Novelist

Maggie Hamand is a novelist, non-fiction author and journalist. She has had two novels published, The Rocket Man and The Resurrection of the Body, as well as a number of short stories. In 1994 she won the first World One-Day Novel Cup at the Groucho Club with ‘The Resurrection of the Body’, which she subsequently expanded for Michael Joseph/Penguin and which has been optioned for TV. Maggie has taught creative writing courses at Morley College and The Groucho Club. She has also undertaken one-to-one sessions to help writers at Centerprise Literature Development Project and from 2000-2001 she was Writer in Residence at Holloway Prison. Maggie is also co-director of a small independent publishing company, The Maia Press, which publishes literary fiction. She is the author of 16 non-fiction books and has broadcast regularly on radio and TV. She has a Certificate in Psychodynamic Counselling from Birkbeck College and has completed a City and Guilds Certificate in Further and Adult Education.

Maggie Hamand

Fellowships

London College of Fashion 2004-07