Nicola White grew up in Ireland and New York and graduated from Trinity College, Dublin. She lived in London and Belfast before moving to Glasgow to work as a contemporary art curator, moving on to produce arts documentaries for BBC radio and television. In 2008 she won the Scottish Book Trust’s New Writer Award, and […]
James Witts is a Bristol-based writer whose background is in sports science. His debut book, The Science of the Tour de France, was published in June 2016 by Bloomsbury. He’s also a regular contributor to a number of magazines and newspapers including Cyclist, Cycling Plus, Guardian, Runner’s World, New Scientist, 220 Triathlon and 442. He’s […]
Davy Zyw was born and educated in Edinburgh. A lifelong interest in wine propelled him to become the youngest ever British sommelier at Le Gavroche, the Roux brothers world famous restaurant in London’s Mayfair. He then became a wine buyer for Tesco, at one point buying more Italian wines than any other human being on […]
Shelley Day Sclater was born in Newcastle and lives in Edinburgh. In former lives, she has been a lawyer, an academic psychologist and a research professor, in which capacities she wrote and edited numerous articles and books on topics as diverse as surrogacy, autonomy, identity, and divorce. Shelley now mainly writes fiction and has studied […]
Shaun runs Wigtown’s The Bookshop, the largest second-hand bookshop in Scotland set in its only officially designated ‘National Book Town’. When not working amongst The Bookshop’s mile of shelving, Shaun’s hobbies include eavesdropping on customers, uploading book-themed re-workings of Sugarhill Gang songs to YouTube and shooting Amazon Kindles in the wild. Shaun is represented at […]
Web: https://www.ronbutlin.co.uk/ Ron Butlin was born in Scotland, studied at Edinburgh University, and has an international reputation as a prize-winning novelist. Before taking up writing full-time he was, at various times, a lyricist with a pop band, a barnacle scraper on Thames barges, a footman attending embassies and country houses, and a male model. A […]
Mick Manning and Brita Granström have been collaborating on both illustration and text for twenty two years. Their first book together, ‘The World Is Full of Babies’, won the Smarties Silver Prize in 1996.
Laura Darling is a freelance illustrator and artist-educator based in Dundee. Her work has been shortlisted for the Kelpies Design and Illustration Award three times and she has been Highly Commended for the Writing for Children Award and Macmillan Prize for Children’s Picture Books.
Edward Ross is an Edinburgh based comic book artist, writer and occasional tutor. He is the creator of Filmish – A Graphic Journey Through Film, a comic that guides readers through movie history.
Web: http://www.domenicamoregordon.com/ Twitter: @DMoreGordon Instagram: domenicamoregordon Domenica More Gordon is an illustrator and artist whose wonderful miniature felted dogs have found fame worldwide. She studied textiles at Central St. Martins and has worked for publications such as Homes & Gardens, The World of Interiors and Elle Decoration in London and Los Angeles. Domenica currently lives […]