Sandro Martini

Sandro Martini

Sandro Martini worked as a journalist, editor, and content-creator on three continents. He started his first magazine at 18, wrote his first novel in his 20s, and then served as a

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Suchen Christine Lim

Suchen Christine Lim

Suchen Christine Lim is one of Singapore’s most distinguished writers. In 1992, her third novel, Fistful of Colours, was awarded the Inaugural Singapore Literature Prize. A Bit Of Earth (2000),

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Fiona Rintoul

Fiona Rintoul

Fiona Rintoul is a writer and translator based in Glasgow in Scotland. She writes fiction and articles, and translates from German and French into English. Fiona’s poems and short stories

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Jonathan Falla

Jonathan Falla

The Physician of Sanlúcar is Jonathan Falla‘s fourth novel, after Blue Poppies, Poor Mercy and Glenfarron. Jamaican-born Falla lives in Scotland where he is director of studies for the St

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Mary Hamer

Mary Hamer

Mary Hamer travels widely and has lectured in many countries. Her work has appeared in The Economist,Guardian and Independent. Ever since Rudyard Kipling lit her imagination as a child, Mary

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Stig Dalager

Stig Dalager is one of Denmark’s most distinguished authors whose novels and plays have been translated and staged internationally. His works include I count the hours, (staged in 12 countries),

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Avi Sirlin

Avi Sirlin

Avi Sirlin grew up in Toronto, Canada. After graduating university with a degree in Biology, he worked in a variety of occupations, including pastry baker, forklift operator and landscaper. He’d

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David Hill

David Hill

In 2002, David Hill won the Children’s Literature Foundation Award for See Ya Simon and the same book won the TES Award for Special Needs in 1994. In 2003, he

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David Chadwick

David Chadwick

David Chadwick is an experienced journalist and has run his own journalism and public relations consultancy since 2001. Previously, he was a PR manager at global accountancy firm KPMG, and

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Ewa Dodd

Ewa Dodd

Ewa Dodd has been writing since she was young – starting small with short self-illustrated books for children. More recently, she has delved into novel-writing, and is particularly interested in

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Timberlake Wertenbaker

Timberlake Wertenbaker

Timberlake Wertenbaker was born in New York in 1956 but grew up in the Basque Country, France, in the small fishing village of Ciboure. She is a British-based playwright, screenplay

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Yang-May Ooi

Yang-May Ooi

Yang-May Ooi is a multimedia author of Chinese-Malaysian heritage. Her creative works include novels The Flame Tree and Mindgame, live storytelling performances and online multimedia projects. Bound Feet Blues – A

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