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Stephen Foster 1962-2011

Stephen Foster 1962-2011

Stephen Foster was a writer of fiction and non-fiction. His fiction included the short story collection, It Cracks like Breaking Skin (Faber, 1999), which was nominated for a MacMillan PEN Award. His first novel, Strides (Faber, 2001), was, according to the Financial Times, ‘an engaging and breathtakingly vital love story of a modern madman’. Stephen’s…

Andrew Cowan

Andrew Cowan

Andrew Cowan was born in Corby and educated at Beanfield Comprehensive and the University of East Anglia, where he is currently professor of creative writing and director of the creative writing programme. His first novel Pig was published in 1994 and won a Betty Trask award, the Ruth Hadden memorial prize, the Authors’ Club first…

Cath Senker

Cath Senker

Cath Senker is the author of more than 110 children’s non-fiction books. Specialising in modern history, her titles include Who Travelled the Underground Railroad? (Raintree, 2014), Mandela and Truth and Reconciliation (Raintree, 2013) and Our World Divided: North and South Korea (Wayland, 2011). She has a keen interest in global issues such as migration and…

Jane Draycott

Jane Draycott

Jane Draycott is a poet whose collections from Carcanet Press include The Occupant, Over (nominated for the 2009 T.S. Eliot Prize), The Night Tree, and Prince Rupert’s Drop, (shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best Collection). A Next Generation 2004 poet and previous winner of the Keats-Shelley Prize, her poetry has been shortlisted three times…

Heidi Williamson

Heidi Williamson

Heidi Williamson is an award-winning poet and creative-writing tutor. Her first collection, Electric Shadow (Bloodaxe, 2011) was a Poetry Book Society Recommendation and shortlisted for the Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry prize. Her second, The Print Museum (Bloodaxe, 2016) won the Book by the Cover award and the poetry category of the East Anglian book…

Tom Bullough

Tom Bullough

Tom Bullough is the author of four novels, most recently Addlands (Granta, 2016). Admirers of his work, which has been widely translated, include John Banville, Victoria Hislop, Niall Griffiths, Susan Hill and Andrew Miller. Although Konstantin (Viking, 2012) is a version of the life of Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, the nineteenth-century father of the Russian space programme,…

Kerry Young

Kerry Young

Kerry Young is a novelist with three books published by Bloomsbury: Pao (2011), Gloria (2013) and Show Me A Mountain (2016). All three books are set in Jamaica against a backdrop of social change and political upheaval, telling three people’s interlinked stories of struggle and redemption, love and ambition, race, class, gender and colour in a country at…

Lorna Thorpe

Lorna Thorpe

Lorna Thorpe’s first book Dancing to Motown (Pighog, 2005) was a Poetry Book Society pamphlet choice. The book marked a turning point in her writing life. Until its publication she’d largely thought of herself as a prose writer, studying fiction on the MA in creative writing at the University of East Anglia. But the success…

Jim Kelly

Jim Kelly

Jim Kelly was born in 1957, and is the son of a Scotland Yard detective. His first crime mystery The Water Clock was published in 2002 and was shortlisted for the Crime Writers’ Association John Creasy award for best debut. In 2006 he won the Crime Writers’ Assocation’s dagger-in-the-library award (chosen by readers) for the…

Andrew Greig

Andrew Greig

Andrew Greig is a Scottish writer and performer, author of 20 books of poetry, non-fiction and novels. He has been writer-in-residence at Glasgow and Edinburgh universities, and Scottish Arts Council Canadian exchange fellow. Due to a misunderstanding of the metaphorical nature of his book-length climbing poem Men on Ice (Canongate, 1977), he was invited to…