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36 Results

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Isabel Greenberg

Illustrator, writer, comics, graphic novels

Louise Welsh

genre crossing, novelist, librettist, enquiring, political, feminist, sociable-loner, bookworm  

Frances Hardinge

Writes dark, bizarre, fantastical books for children and young adults

Olivia Laing

Writer

Vahni Capildeo

Solitary gregarious impossible animal sleeps furiously, writes devouringly, bakes cakes

Karrie Fransman

Comic creator/graphic novelist who loves experimenting with visual storytelling 

Raymond Antrobus

Widely published poet & spoken word educator. Exploring deafness, identity & emotional literacy

Sarah Howe

British-Chinese poet, academic and editor, born in Hong Kong

Denise Mina

Curious reader, book-loving, flâneause, cyclist, angry-loner, collectivist socialist

Emma Jane Unsworth

Novelist and screenwriter. Northerner. Romantic. Likes wine. GSOH

Jenni Fagan

Curious, dedicated, strange, brilliant, complicated, engaged, chatty, funny, loyal, true

Horatio Clare

Father, author, teacher, travel writer, university lecturer, walker, farmer 

Sarah Moss

Reading, writing, talking, running, cooking: I miss hills and sea

Kerry Hudson

Scottish, queer, working class novelist. Loves to perform, travel, teach

Ros Barber

Emotionally lucid novelist of speculative pasts and futures

Tiffany Murray

Borderland writer. Welsh and Scottish. Travel to write. Rocknroll.

Helen Mort

Yorkshire-born, Derbyshire-bred poet, runner and amateur rock climber

Lucy Caldwell

Novelist, playwright, radio dramatist and most recently short story writer

Jessie Burton

I write novels, I delight in clothes, I enjoy essays

Hollie McNish

I like writing poetry a lot. And I like being alive

Sarah Perry

Novelist; academic (the Gothic, creative writing); critic (The Guardian, Financial Times); essays (BBC, Guardian, Slightly Foxed)

Benjamin Myers

Lone wolf of the north stalking the fictional hinterlands

Hannah Berry

Mover. Shaker. Comic book maker

Sandeep Parmar

Writer, Critic, interested in issues of migration, race, avant garde literary traditions

Sabrina Mahfouz

Trying to make words that make a change, however small

Christopher Brookmyre

Permanently excited by the possibility of being wrong about everything

Liz Berry

Award-winning Midlands poet enchanted by voices, stories and dialect

Bernardine Evaristo

Afro-British adventurer who brings unique characters and stories to life

Sophia Walker

Award-winning poet, playwright and teacher. UN and TEDx commissions

Una

Not funny

Melissa Lee-Houghton

Fierce, Intelligent, Intense, Compassionate, Complex, Diligent, Expressive, Vibrant, Honest, Connected

Jenn Ashworth

Northern, working class writer curious about domestic, strange happenings in uncanny landscapes

Christie Watson

Bookish, political, average dancer. Teach, write, drink too much coffee.

Jo Mazelis

Art school dropout, writer, photographer and lover of Welsh mountains

Laura Dockrill

baby. granny. annoying. optimistic. potato-eating. writing. drawing. talking. colourful.

Joanna Walsh

Fictionist, autofictionist, essayist, journalist, experimentalist