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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 the writing and the direction roles in radio gave him an especially useful insight into the total production process. One of his plays won a Sony award for best drama and another, Welcome to the Times, was made into a feature film for BBC television….

Margaret Murphy

Margaret Murphy

Margaret Murphy has written nine psychological thrillers, receiving accolades from broadsheets and tabloid newspapers in the UK as well as starred reviews from Publishers’ Weekly and Booklist in the USA. Her début novel Goodnight, My Angel (Macmillan 1996) was shortlisted for the First Blood award for crime fiction, and she has been shortlisted for the Crime Writers’ Association dagger-in-the-library award. In 2000, Margaret Murphy founded Murder Squad, a touring group of crime writers,…

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 writer (or rather a published writer), Carole combined bringing up her son with teaching literature and philosophy. She began writing biography in its heyday and for over a decade was a full-time writer. That could not last for ever, however, and she returned to part-time…

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, 2012); Rama and Sita: path of flames (2010); and Tales Told in Tents: stories from Central Asia (2004). She writes for live performances, creating Prince Zal and the Simorgh (2012) for composer David Bruce and the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Sea Stories (2009–10) for composer…

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 Enson (2010) and Skin Deep (2011), all published by Tamarind/Random House. She also writes a monthly gardening column for a community magazine. Malaika is a qualified and experienced teacher who has worked in Zambia, Uganda, Germany and Switzerland as well as the UK – and…

Ron Butlin

Ron Butlin

Ron Butlin is the current Edinburgh Makar (Poet Laureate). In 2009 he was made the first Honorary Writing Fellow of the University of Edinburgh, together with Ian Rankin. His poetry and prose have won several Scottish Arts Council Book Awards and been widely translated. The Sound of My Voice was the winner of the Prix Mille Pages and Prix Lucioles (both for Best Foreign Novel), and was included in the recent Guardian‘s 1000…

Stephen Wakelam

Stephen Wakelam

Stephen Wakelam is the author of more than 40 performed plays for television, radio and the stage, including two plays at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs. He prefers the single, one-off form. In television these included Coppers with Tim Roth and Gaskin (a drama-documentary) with Paul McGann, as well as adaptations such as Circles of Deceit with Edward Fox. In radio, the last dozen or so plays have been biographical, including The Pattern

Jackie Wills

Jackie Wills

Jackie Wills is a poet. Her work has been described as darkly British, surreal and elegant. While many of her poems are narrative, she is also a poet of ideas, exploring relationships, female experience, memory and place. Her first collection Powder Tower (Arc, 1995) was shortlisted for the 1995 T.S. Eliot prize and on publication of Fever Tree (Arc, 2004) Mslexia magazine selected her as one of the top 10 new women poets…

Max Adams

Max Adams

Max Adams was born in London in 1961. In a varied career as an archaeologist, woodsman and broadcaster he has explored themes of landscape, knowledge and human connectedness with the earth. His first major work Admiral Collingwood: Nelson’s own hero was published in 2005. His group biography of the maverick artist John Martin and his circle The Prometheans was published in 2010 by Quercus and was a Guardian book of the week. He…

Raffaella Barker

Raffaella Barker

Raffaella Barker is a novelist. Her first novel was Come and Tell Me Some Lies (1994). Other novels include A Perfect Life (2006), Poppyland (2008) and Full Tilt (2011). Raffaella has written short stories for the radio, including The Red Digger (Radio 4, 2008) and Sea Lavender (Radio 4, 2006). Her work is translated into 15 languages and published all over the world. Raffaella’s journalism appears in the Sunday Times, Spectator, Country Life