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Therefore Farewell

Therefore Farewell

For over thirty years I have written for a living. Initially I wrote plays for the theatre, subsequently (and for most of my career) television drama; finally, I wrote several film scripts. I fought as hard as anyone else to adopt the writer’s profession and I endured as many slings and arrows in the course…

Julie Summers

Julie Summers

Julie Summers is a bestselling nonfiction author, historian and broadcaster. Her work focuses on stories of ordinary people faced with extraordinary circumstances. She is passionate about writing and storytelling. Julie’s first book Fearless on Everest: the quest for Sandy Irvine, recounts the tale of the compassionate, expressive and creative young man who died at the…

Tim Ecott

Tim Ecott

Tim Ecott is a former BBC World Service staff correspondent with extensive experience of writing for radio and screen. At university he studied Social Anthropology and first moved into radio from film, flitting between the two throughout his career. He writes nonfiction, drawing heavily on his fondness for the natural world. He has worked widely…

Louise Foxcroft

Louise Foxcroft

Louise Foxcroft is a historian, non-fiction writer and broadcaster specialising in medical perceptions of the human body and the way these have influenced our experience, assumptions and attitudes. Her doctorate is from the University of Cambridge and her books include, The Making of Addiction: the “use and abuse” of opium in nineteenth-century Britain (Ashgate, 2007));…

Gareth Creer

Gareth Creer

Gareth Creer is currently published by Faber & Faber under the pseudonym Adam Creed. His Staffe series of novels has been translated into nine languages and optioned for adaptation by ITV. The series includes Suffer the Children, Willing Flesh, Pain of Death, Death in the Sun, and Kill and Tell. He has also had three…

Kevin Clarke

Kevin Clarke

Kevin Clarke wrote and directed his first play The Jackpot at the Finborough; as a result of its success he was invited to join the first ever BBC Television writers’ training course and commissioned to write for Casualty. His subsequent theatre play Transatlantic, written with Josh Goldstein, ran for three months at the Dramatis Personae…

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…

Mick Jackson

Mick Jackson

Mick Jackson writes fiction and screenplays. His first novel The Underground Man (Faber, 1997) was shortlisted for the Booker prize and won the Royal Society of Authors’ first novel award. He has since published two novels, Five Boys (Faber, 2001) and The Widow’s Tale (Faber, 2010), as well as two ‘curiosities’, Ten Sorry Tales (Faber, 2005)…

Sian Evans

Sian Evans

Sian Evans was born and brought up in Bridgend, south Wales, and has a BA in French and English from Royal Holloway, University of London. She began her career as a translator and her translations include The Memoirs of Elizabeth Vigée Lebrun (Camden Press), Racine’s Britannicus (for the Sheffield Crucible) and Denise Chalem’s A Cinquante…

Sue Teddern

Sue Teddern

Sue Teddern’s many radio dramas include Cooking in a Bedsitter, five series of soloparentpals.com, In Mates, Sad Girl and The Charm Factory. Her first scriptwriting credit was for The Archers and she was on the writing team of Westway, the BBC World Service serial. Her television writing credits include Birds of a Feather, Bosom Pals…

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