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Edward Ross

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.

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Domenica More Gordon

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 […]

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Cass Green

THE WOMAN NEXT DOOR Cass Green ‘Had me gripped from first page to last – completely under the spell of prim yet twisted narrator Hester, a pensioner with an exhilaratingly pitch-black heart of darkness beneath her twinset and pearls’ Ruth Ware, author of In A Dark Dark Wood Two suburban women. Two dark secrets. The […]

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A L Lang

One-time best-selling author, A. L. Lang could have just about ticked off everything on a typical writer’s bucket-list: fame, fortune, fast cars, free drugs and feckless lovers were all there for the taking. Instead, JBA’s most ungrateful client ever has decided to kill the dream by writing a book on how life is short, unfair […]

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Nige Tassell

Nige Tassell is a sport and music journalist whose work has appeared in The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Word, FourFourTwo, Esquire, Q, The New Statesman and many others. His forthcoming book – The Bottom Corner: A Season With The Dreamers Of Non-League Football – will be published by Yellow Jersey Press in autumn 2016. […]

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Marvin Close

Marvin Close authored (with Chuck Korr) the highly acclaimed More Than Just A Game: Football vs Apartheid (HarperCollins), and is currently writing the life story of Hope Powell. Marvin has also written and storylined over 100 hours of broadcast TV, including numerous …

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Anja de Jager

Anja de Jager is a London-based native Dutch speaker who writes in English. She draws inspiration from cases that her father, a retired police detective, worked on in the Netherlands. Anja has written a number of short stories, some of which have been shortlisted for Mslexia.

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E S Thomson

Elaine Thomson was born in Ormskirk, Lancashire. She has a PhD in the history of medicine and works as a university lecturer in Edinburgh. She was shortlisted for the Saltire First Book Award and the Scottish Arts Council First Book Award. Elaine lives in Edinburgh with her two sons. Elaine’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/es_thomson E. S. Thomson […]

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Melanie Reid

Melanie Reid is a writer and columnist at The Times. Since 2010, when she fell off her horse and broke her neck, she has written Spinal Column in The Times Saturday magazine. She has held senior positions at the Scotsman, Sunday Mail and the Herald. The Boy From Nowhere …

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Chitra Ramaswamy

Chitra Ramaswamy is an award-winning journalist who cut her teeth at The Big Issue in Scotland before moving to Scotland on Sunday and The Scotsman where she became one of the newspapers’ leading columnists, book reviewers, interviewers, magazine and feature writers.