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Sheena Wilkinson

Sheena Wilkinson

Taking Flight in 2010, she has won five Children’s Books Ireland awards, including the Book of the Year Award for Grounded (2012), and most recently the Honour Award for Fiction…

Sebastian Barker 1945 – 2014

Sebastian Barker 1945 – 2014

in 2006. His final volumes of poetry included The Land of Gold (Enitharmon, 2013) and A Monastery of Light (The Bow-Wow Shop, 2013). He also published three collections of philosophical,…

A Piece Of The Continent

A Piece Of The Continent

and protect the people he might otherwise have given away. He told me how he heard of deaths of members of his family while he was imprisoned. He wanted me…

Wendy Meddour

Wendy Meddour

and Montague Brown and the Mouldy Crown (Bloomsbury, 2015). Before becoming a children’s writer, Wendy spent eight years teaching English literature and critical theory at Oxford University, where she published…

Judy Brown

Judy Brown

the Manchester Poetry prize, the Poetry London competition and the Poetry Society’s Hamish Canham prize. Her poems have appeared in the Guardian, the Spectator and the New Statesman and have…

Geoff Barker

Geoff Barker

editor of The 1963 Civil Rights March (written by Scott Ingram and published by Gareth Stevens in the Landmark Events of American History series), which was honoured by the National…

Michael Jecks

Michael Jecks

of Dartmoor, as well as the Knights Templar. His Death Ship of Dartmouth (Headline, 2006) was shortlisted for the Theakston’s Old Peculier crime novel of the year award, and his…

Tania Hershman

Tania Hershman

Southword in 2016. Tania was awarded a Gladstone’s Library writing residency and a Hawthornden fellowship. She judged the 2014 Bridport flash-fiction prize and the 2012 Royal Society Winton prize for…

The Authentic Hit

The Authentic Hit

doors were hanging from their hinges. ‘They’re not sheds,’ I said, the truth slowly dawning. ‘They’re slave cabins.’ The full force of history hit me in the gut. I knew…

Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

and other forgotten bestsellers of English rural life. The actor Ralph Richardson, born in the city, launched the programme, and the poet Cecil Day-Lewis, who taught at Cheltenham College, read…