Susan Sellers

Susan Sellers

After a nomadic childhood, Susan Sellers ran away to Paris. Renting a chambre de bonne, she worked as a barmaid and tour-guide, bluffed her way as a software translator and co-wrote a film script with a Hollywood screenwriter. She also became closely involved with...
Suhayl Saadi

Suhayl Saadi

Born in Yorkshire but now living in Glasgow, Suhayl Saadi is a novelist, dramatist, poet and award-winning short-story writer. His collection of short stories, The Burning Mirror, received wide critical acclaim. Psychoraag has been shortlisted for the 2005 James Tait...
Sara Sheridan

Sara Sheridan

Born in Edinburgh and educated at Trinity College Dublin, Sara Sheridan is most famous for her two series of historical novels: one, the Mirabelle Bevan novels, noir mysteries set in 1950s Brighton, and the other exploring on real lives of late Victorian adventurers....
Kenneth Steven

Kenneth Steven

Kenneth Steven is a poet, children’s author and writer of both full-length and short fiction. He’s also well known as a translator from the Scandanavian languages, particularly Norwegian. Seven of his poetry collections have been published to date and a volume of...
Alastair Scott

Alastair Scott

Alastair Scott is a travel writer based on the Isle of Skye. His many books include Scot Free- A Journey from the Arctic to New Mexico (John Murray, 1986), Tracks Across Alaska (John Murray, 1990) and Top Ten Scotland (Dorling Kindersley, 1999). Native Stranger – A...