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Babs Horton

Babs Horton

Babs Horton is an award-winning novelist. Her first book A Jarful of Angels (Simon & Schuster, 2003) won the Pendleton May prize and was shortlisted for the Authors’ Club first novel award. Dandelion Soup was published in 2004, Wildcat Moon in 2006 and Recipes for Cherubs in 2009. She was a contributor to Beryl Cook: 1926–2008 (University of Plymouth Press, 2009) and her short stories have appeared in magazines and anthologies worldwide. Babs…

Mahendra Solanki

Mahendra Solanki

Mahendra Solanki is a poet and editor, described by David Dabydeen as ‘a genuinely gifted writer’. Since his first collection, Shadows of My Making (Lokamaya Press, 1986), his poetry has appeared in magazines, anthologies and in several other slim volumes. He was born in Nairobi of Indian parents and his work draws on this background to locate his writing. The Lies We Tell (Shoestring Press, 2014) continues this exploration. As an editor, he…

Toro And Torero

Toro And Torero

In Focus: Trader Faulkner tells the tale of a most unusual…

Alice, Baz And Bears

Alice, Baz And Bears

In Focus: Kevin Cadwallender describes mortifying poetic beginnings and how he wrote a pamphlet in a weekend, and shares a…

Jane Corry

Jane Corry

Jane Corry is a novelist, creative-writing tutor and journalist. Her first psychological thriller, ‘My Husband’s Wife’ will be published by Penguin. As a journalist she trained with the Thomson graduate scheme before writing for numerous nationals, including Woman, the Daily Telegraph and the Times. From 2007 to 2010, Jane was writer-in-residence of HMP Grendon, a high-security male prison. During that period, she also taught at Oxford University’s department for continuing education; she lectured…

John Donnelly

John Donnelly

John Donnelly is a playwright. He works in theatre and more recently, television and film. His plays include The Pass and Bone (both Royal Court Theatre), The Knowledge (Bush Theatre), and a version of The Seagull by Anton Chekhov for Headlong Theatre. His writing for television includes Henry (a short film for Channel 4’s Coming Up strand), work on the second series of Dennis Kelly’s Utopia (also Channel 4) and an episode of Glue, an…

Tobias Hill

Tobias Hill

Tobias Hill was born in London. His first collection of poetry, Year of the Dog, won an Eric Gregory award. The second, Midnight in the City of Clocks, was a PBS Recommendation, and the third, Zoo, was a PBS Special Commendation. In 1996 Hill won the Cambridge University Harper-Wood Award for Literature, in 1997 he was a Wingate Scholar, and in 1998 was London Zoo’s inaugural Poet in Residence. In 2004 he was selected as…

Miranda Miller

Miranda Miller

Miranda Miller is a novelist who has also published a book of short stories about Saudi Arabia, A Thousand and One Coffee Mornings (1989), which was nominated for a Pen Macmillan prize, and a book of interviews with homeless women and politicians, Bed and Breakfast: Women and Homelessness Today (1990). Loving Mephistopheles (2007) was described by Hilary Mantel as ‘an epic narrative full of energy, with the wild and joyful inventiveness of an…

Todd Kingsley-Jones

Todd Kingsley-Jones

Todd Kingsley-Jones was born and grew up in South Africa. He always wanted to be a writer, in between wanting to be a show jumper, the Lone Ranger, and Tarzan. After graduating from university, he worked as a journalist. In 1971 he left South Africa with a rucksack and very little money, determined to make a new life in exile, rather than remain under the apartheid system. Having settled in London, he held…