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Andrew Baker

Andrew is the editor of the Weekend section of The Daily Telegraph.   'Where Am I and Who's Winning?' is his first more


Louis Barfe

Louis Barfe (the one on the left) is an internationally recognised expert on all aspects of the entertainment more


Susie Boniface

Lillys Miles was the pseudonym for Susie, a tabloid journalist and blogger, whose online confessions of personal, marital more


Adam Macqueen

Adam Macqueen writes for Private Eye and many other major  publications. He is also a regular broadcaster on more


Ian Marchant

Ian has written fiction but now concentrates on non-fiction and is a frequent broadcaster on Radio 4 and a stage more


Geoff Marshall

Geoff is a freelance video producer making transport films for Londonist and his own YouTube more


Tony Booth

Tony Booth’s new book, Hitler’s Harlots, will tell for the first time the true story of the Berlin-based brothel Salon more


Bill Broady

Bill's first novel was 'Swimmer' (Flamingo), a striking, supple and direct novel.  It tells the story of a girl who, having more


Michael Carson

Michael Carson was born in post-war Wallasey and was brought up as a devout Catholic.  He is well known for his Benson more

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Amal Chatterjee

Amal has written for a range of audiences, on a variety of subjects, has written plays and has published history, fiction more


Anthea Church

Anthea’s novel'Fire-Fly', (Minerva Press 1995) was voted novel of the week by The Evening Standard. A complex more


Kirkland Ciccone

Kirkland's new novel for children is 'Bubblegum and Brimstone'.​  Birdie Easton is a teenage witch with a lot of more


Katherine Clements

 'The vibrant new voice of historical fiction' (Suzannah Dunn).

​Katherine Clements' stunning debut more


Maria McCann

Maria McCann is primarily a historical novelist whose novels explore power struggles, denial, obsession and more


Sam Meekings

Sam's remarkable debut novel 'Under Fishbone Clouds' tells the story of the lifelong love between the peasant boy Hou Jinyi more


Jane Menczer

Set in London before the First World War, Jane Menczer's novel 'An Unlikely Agent' is narrated by Margaret Trant, more


Katie Hutton

Katie is Irish and lives in Carrara, between the Apuan Alps and the Tyrrhenian Sea, with her Italian husband more


Chris Neilan

Chris Neilan is an award-winning author, screenwriter and filmmaker.  He was shortlisted for the 2016 more


Ben Pedroche

Ben’s books about London history include Do Not Alight Here, London’s Lost Power Stations and Gasworks' more


Vicki Pipe

Vicki is a museum education professional by trade but also an artist and improviser and often finds these things join together nicely.​ more


Stephan Collishaw

Stephan's latest novel is 'A Child Called Happiness'(Legend). Three days after arriving in Zimbabwe, Natalie more


Terry Darlington

After the immense success of his first two travel memoirs, 'Narrow Dog to Carcassonn' and 'Narrow Dog to Indian River' more


Leaf Fielding

Nigel ‘Leaf’ Fielding was one of the drug-dealers jailed as a result of 1977’s famous Operation Julie, celebrated by The Clash more


Patricia Ferguson

Pat's first three novels were  published by Deutsch.  Her first book, 'Family Myths and Legends', won the Betty Trask, David more

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Liz Harvey

Liz Harvey trained as a teacher and has worked in schools in London, Birmingham, Paris and Somerset. For several years she ran more


George Gould

George Gould's childhood was misspent largely in south London, with a formative sojourn in Brussels. After reaping honours more


Elizabeth Haynes

Elizabeth Haynes was working as a police intelligence analyst when she started writing fiction thanks to the annual challenge more


Michael Irwin

Michael is a Professor of English Literature at the University of Canterbury.  He has had several novels more


Frances Kay

Frances graduated in 1970 and has since worked with children and prisoners, and taught creative writing at Master's more


Rachael McGill

‘Rachael writes with a rhythm and honesty that weave poetry from the prosaic’   Time Out.

​Rachael's more


Lilian Pizzichini

Lilian's books include the award-winning 'Dead Men's Wages' and the acclaimed biography of Jean Rhys 'The Blue Hour' more


Audrey Reimann

Audrey is a supremely talented writer of historical fiction. Ebury acquired her five-novel backlist and will also be acquiring her future more


Simon Rowbottom

When the pop group The Boo Radleys split up in 1999 after ten years of international fame and success their lead singer, more


Kirsty Scott

Kirsty has worked for The Guardian

and teaches creative writing.  Her first novel, 'Mother's Day', was a more


Charlotte Seager

Charlotte Seager lives in London with her partner David and her cat Ruby. She grew up in the Suffolk countryside and moved to more


Allison Vale

Allison Vale has written more than a dozen books, many of which have indulged a fascination with the obscured lives of more


Elizabeth Woodcraft

Elizabeth's first two crime novels were published by HarperCollins. Her third and fourth novels, set in the 1960s, are published by more


Hannah Tovey

Hannah is from South Wales, but grew up in Hong Kong. She graduated from Faber Academy in 2018, after more

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