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She is particularly interested in genre fiction, and in helping writers to develop their individual, creative voice. Kate Ahl is a freelance editor who has long inhabited two very different literary worlds: academic publishing, and commercial women's fiction, including romance and erotica. In the past Noga worked for Booktrust and piloted a national creative writing programme for teenagers. She runs workshops on writing for children and tutors over the internet.
With a considerable academic background in English and American Literature and History, plus a recent BSc in Psychology, Frankie reads and edits TV and radio scripts for TLC and also regularly reports on historical fiction, biography, autobiography, music and memoir. Simon Barraclough is a published poet, freelance writer, professional copy-editor, tutor and mentor.
Sunspots also toured the UK in and as a one-man show including music, songs and film. In Simon was writer in residence at the Mullard Space Science Laboratory where he taught and also edited the anthology of scientists' poems Laboratorio Sidekick Books In addition to poetry, Simon has published short fiction and non-fiction and is currently working on a collection of short stories set in London.
Rachael Beale has spent much of her career experimenting with words and technology, writing for technical companies or doing technical things for literary ones. She is now Web Manager for the London Review of Books, where she is part of the social media team, amongst many other things; she currently has responsibility for editorial and technical management of the London Review Bookshop website, including overall strategy, and content planning and production. Her eye for talent-spotting is well regarded in the industry: she was a judge for the Costa First Novel Award and has been a reader for the Bridport Peggy Chapman-Andrews First Novel Prize since She continues as an editor on a freelance basis, and has also contributed book reviews to a number of websites, including Booktrust and Fiction Uncovered.
She was a contributor and Advisory Board member for the women's literature online magazine Belletrista.
Martyn is a Buddhist, and practices Yoga and Tai Chi. For TLC Martyn reads children's and YA fiction and a wide range of adult non-fiction including historical biography and memoir. Dzifa Benson has 9 years of creative writing teaching experience that covers storytelling, poetry, plays, songwriting, opera, journalism and life writing. Her own artistic practice embraces all these ways of writing and as such, she is very comfortable guiding people through the process of different forms of storytelling with constructive criticism and feedback.get link
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Dzifa regularly works with young writers in schools and other institutions such as Booktrust, Southbank Centre, the Royal Geographical Society, the University of East London, on tour with the British Council in South Africa and the UK and with older people in sheltered accommodation with Westminster Arts. She has extensive teaching experience in higher education, on community participatory arts projects and within the creative industries, most of it focused on Creative Writing and Applied Theatre. She helped them to write poetry and stories that were published in a book for sale later this year.
In addition to this, last year she was recruited as a long list judge for the Commonwealth Short Story Prize and Commonwealth Book prizes. Kavita has been reading and mentoring for TLC for the last eight years, including working as a quality liaison officer working directly with UK-based literary agents and publishers on behalf of TLC. She is interested, in all aspects of her work, including reading for TLC in the politics of reading, writing and publishing. Kavita is happy to read literary fiction, and is especially interested in diasporic and international writing.
For TLC Kavita reads literary and commercial fiction. Fran Bigman is a writer and academic who has held research and teaching positions at the University of Leeds and Brunel University. He has lectured in creative writing as far afield as the University of Hawaii, and has worked with The Literary Consultancy for several years. For TLC Matthew reads literary and commercial fiction historical, crime, thriller and non-fiction humour, guides, self-help, biography. He edited Staple Magazine from until and has worked extensively in journalism, visual arts and performance.
He currently lives in Nottingham. For TLC Wayne reads poetry and literary fiction, and is interested in experimental projects. Kit Caless is an author, journalist and publisher. He is a co-director of Influx Press, an independent publisher in London that has published crtically acclaimed books by the likes of Darran Anderson and Eley Williams.
He also wrote cult classic humour book, Spoon's Carpets: An Appreciation. Kit reads literary fiction novels and short stories , non-fiction humour, music, popular culture , poetry and books dealing with left wing politics. Dr Stephen Carver is a writer, editor and literary historian. For sixteen years he taught literature and creative writing at the University of East Anglia, spending three years in Japan as an associate-professor of English at the University of Fukui.
Stephen is the biographer of the Victorian novelist William Harrison Ainsworth, and he has published extensively on literature and history, with a particular interest in gothic fiction, censorship and popular culture. He also blogs about literature, film, history and creative writing, and is a regular contributor to Wordsworth Editions and several popular blogs, most notably Dirty Sexy History. He is currently negotiating his next contract. Cassandra Clark has written award-winning scripts for theatre, radio and television and now writes a medieval mystery series featuring Hildegard of Meaux, nun, sleuth and spy in affairs of state.
She is a fan of anything medieval and particularly the reign of 'the beautiful boy' and much maligned King Richard II and his fight to retain the crown. Cassandra also writes romance novels under pseudonym. Medieval facts and opinions can be found on her website Cassandra Clark - Author. For TLC Cassandra reads historical fiction specialising in the medieval period and romantic fiction. In Angela was awarded the Young Stationers' Prize for achievement and promise in writing and publishing. More can be found on her website www. For TLC Angela reads memoir, non-fiction humour, women's commercial fiction and crime fiction.
Jane Commane founded independent poetry publisher Nine Arches Press since , where she currently works as editor and publisher. Since its inception, she has produced and published over forty collections of poetry and short stories. Jane has extensive experience as a creative writing and poetry tutor for Writing East Midlands, Writing West Midlands and various literary festivals including the Birmingham Literature Festival.
She has delivered poetry seminars at the University of Warwick, as well as editing poetry magazine Under the Radar as part of Nine Arches Press. Kieron Connolly has experience within film, journalism and publishing. He currently works in editorial for publisher Amber Books and freelances for the Mail on Sunday. Jude's second novel, Jacob's Advice , is due out with Unbound in He currently teaches creative writing at the University of Westminster.
Paul M. Cooper is a novelist, journalist and editor who grew up in Cardiff, Wales. While there he returned again and again to the ruins of Polonnaruwa, learnt to speak Sinhala and to read Tamil. She reviews fiction for the Daily Mail, and is also a writer-in-residence for the schools-based literacy charity First Story.
For TLC Stephanie reads commercial fiction especially women's and psychological fiction , literary fiction, and memoir. Sareeta Domingo has over a decade of experience in publishing, including more than eight years as Senior Editor at unique fiction packager Hothouse Fiction Ltd. Having been commissioned to write erotic short stories published in compilations for Agent Provocateur, and then an erotic novella for Pavilion Books, Sareeta then turned her hand to commercial fiction and her debut novel, The Nearness of You , was published by Piatkus in May She lives in South East London.
Her books have been broadcast on Radio 4, and are studied in schools at Key Stage 2. She has also edited several published non-fiction titles. A practising aromatherapist, she has been a Principal Teacher and Examiner with the International Federation of Aromatherapists for many years, and additionally has been teaching crystal healing for the last few years.
Gill has a BA in English, Film and Drama, and has studied on two post-graduate courses: in theories and teaching of composition, and deconstructionism applied to poetry, and in creative writing and self-development. She has also attended several creative writing courses with the Arvon Foundation and is currently working on a novel.