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Dave Sheasby 1940-2010

Dave Sheasby 1940-2010

Dave Sheasby wrote for radio, television and theatre for a number of years and also directed and produced work for BBC radio drama and documentary features. Combining both…

Malaika Rose Stanley

Malaika Rose Stanley

Malaika Rose Stanley is a children’s writer whose work ranges from picture books to pre-teen fiction, including Baby Ruby Bawled (2010), Miss Bubble’s Troubles (2010), Spike and Ali…

Kapka Kassabova

Kapka Kassabova

Kapka Kassabova is a travel writer, poet and novelist. Her childhood memoir Street Without a Name (Portobello, 2008) was shortlisted for the Prix du Livre Européen and the…

Carole Angier

Carole Angier

Carole Angier is the award-winning biographer of Jean Rhys and Primo Levi. She was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 2002. Before becoming a…

Michael McMillan

Michael McMillan

Michael McMillan is an acclaimed arts practitioner whose work includes plays, non-fiction books and installations/exhibitions. His early plays at the Royal Court Theatre — The School Leaver (1978)…

Sebastian Barker 1945 – 2014

Sebastian Barker 1945 – 2014

Sebastian Barker was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 1997. He was also chairman of the Poetry Society (1988–92) and editor of the London…

Beatrice Colin 1963-2019

Beatrice Colin 1963-2019

Beatrice Colin was a novelist who also wrote extensively for radio. Her novels included The Luminous Life of Lilly Aphrodite (2008) and The Songwriter (2010). She also wrote…

Sally Pomme Clayton

Sally Pomme Clayton

Sally Pomme Clayton is a writer and storyteller who loves fairytales. She has published many children’s books including Greek Myths: stories of sun, stone and sea (Frances Lincoln,…

Kona Macphee

Kona Macphee

Kona Macphee is a poet and self-described ‘thingwright’ who grew up in Australia and now lives in Perthshire. She received an Eric Gregory award in 1998 and her…

Woolf at the Door

Woolf at the Door

The recent three-part BBC2 drama, Life in Squares – the title borrowed from a famous quip traditionally attributed to Dorothy Parker that ‘Bloomsbury painted in circles, lived in…