Hannah Stone

Hannah Stone

If Hannah Stone were an actual stone she’d be a chunk of quartz; multifaceted, unpredictably coloured and sparkling. Sometimes earthy, sometimes glittering, her poetry reflects and refracts the light, and contains unexpected dark corners. Hannah forages. She collects words other people discard for being too esoteric, or have forgotten about. She collects mundane experiences likeRead more about Hannah Stone[…]

Harry Gallagher

Harry Gallagher

Harry Gallagher grew up amid the heavy industries of Middlesbrough and now lives in a small coastal village near Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.  He has written poetry all of his life, alongside working as a singer songwriter and playwright. Throughout the 1980s he worked along with pretty much the last generation of men of his town who hadRead more about Harry Gallagher[…]

John Rayne-Davis

John Rayne-Davis

John started writing in the 1980s and had his first book “The Valley of God” published in 1996. Since then he has had 8 further books published which are “Prayers for a new Baby” “Margaret Clitherow Saint of York” “Walsingham Prayers and Reflections”“Walsingham England’s National Shrine of Our Lady” “The Heritage of Catholic York” andRead more about John Rayne-Davis[…]

Neal Hardin

Neal Hardin

Neal, a life-long resident of East Hull, has written over twenty stories, some of which have been adapted as screenplays. He writes mainly short stories, and continues to tinker with ‘completed’ novels. Before retiring in 2016, Neal worked in the education sector for twenty-one years. Last year, he joined a writer’s group that meets twiceRead more about Neal Hardin[…]