Shannon O’Neill

Shannon O’Neill

Shannon O’Neill mostly lives in her own head, but occasionally wanders the streets of Glasgow too. A poet, theatremaker and notorious nap-taker, she was part of the team that devised and performed both ‘A Matter of Time’ (PBH Free Fringe 2017, Hidden Door Festival) and ‘The 900 Club’ (Edinburgh Fringe, UNCON 2.0, UKYA Nottingham CityRead more about Shannon O’Neill[…]

Anna Rose James

Anna Rose James

Anna (she/her) is a queer, bisexual actor-writer of mixed British and Asian heritage, based in North Yorkshire. As well as poetry, she writes flash fiction, memoir and scripts for stage and screen. Her previous works include Little Irritants (Analog Submission Press); Love, Alberta; Wayside; 100 Friggin’ Poems; It’s Ok to Fall For Camp Boys (self-published).Read more about Anna Rose James[…]

Suzanne Sheran

Suzanne Sheran

Suzanne Sheran is an American writer and artist whose creations showcase her love of wordplay, mischief and animals. In addition to authoring children’s books, she is a professional dog portraitist (worksofarfportraits.com) who has also been commissioned to paint the occasional pet chicken or goat, but no gnus (yet). Suzanne is a former creative in theRead more about Suzanne Sheran[…]

Bob Beagrie

Bob Beagrie

In a recent review of And Then We Saw the Daughter of the Minotaur (The Black Light Engine Room 2010) Kathleen Jones notes “English poetry is blessed with fantastic poets whose work never makes the headlines. Bob Beagrie is one of them. His work has been translated into ten languages, yet his name is stillRead more about Bob Beagrie[…]

Robin Richards

Robin Richards

Robin Richards has self-published two award-winning books, and has over 20 articles or stories in publications as diverse as the Journal  of Advanced Nursing, Debut and The Dalesman. In July 2019, the first chapter of The Great Billy Butlin Race (titled The Footsloggers), was shortlisted for the inaugural Writers &Artists Working-Class Writers’ Prize, out of 200 +Read more about Robin Richards[…]

Katy Turton

Katy Turton

Katy Turton is a Russian historian who has worked at the University of York and Queen’s University, Belfast. She now teaches at the University of the Highlands and Islands. She has spent many an hour in the archives and libraries of Moscow and St Petersburg and has published widely on the role of women andRead more about Katy Turton[…]