Angie Morgan is a picture book writer and illustrator. Besides Shouty Arthur, her work includes Enormouse and Daisy's Big Dig for Frances Lincoln. The second book about Arthur and his big sister Edith, Shouty Arthur at the Seaside, will publish in March 2015. Angie uses a variety of med...
Angela was born in October 1976 in Warwickshire. She grew up in Leicestershire and attended Oakham school, where she was made head girl (which wasn't quite as Enid Blyton as it sounds!) After completing her A-levels, Angela took a gap year where she tried to improve on her early (failed) attem...
Angela has three children, two white cats called Hugs and Cuddles and lives in a very pink cottage with fairies at the bottom of the garden. Of course inside the cottage is a wonderful magic chair and lots of bears. Angela's hobbies include playing the harp, gardening and dancing. Anoth...
Andy was born in Devon. Once he realised that he was too short to be taken seriously as a costumed hero, Andy decided to spend as much time as he could playing make-believe. After training at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, he went on to appear in various stage-plays around the U...
Andy Riley is a highly successful cartoonist and comedy scriptwriter. TV writing credits include HBO's Veep, Gangsta Granny, Robbie the Reindeer, Little Britain and Black Books. Film credits include The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists and Gnomeo and Juliet. His bestselling books inclu...
Andy Mulligan was brought up in the south of London. He worked as a theatre director for ten years before being made redundant in his early thirties when he left the UK to help at an orphanage in India. He then travelled extensively in Asia and later retrained as a teacher. He has taught Engli...
Andy Briggs was born in Liverpool, England. Having endured many careers, ranging from pizza delivery and running his own multimedia company to teaching IT and film-making (though not all at the same time), he eventually remembered the constant encouragement he had received at an early age abou...
Andrew Zurcher is Director of Studies in English at Queens' College, Cambridge, and a leading international expert on the works of Spenser, Sidney and Shakespeare. Twelve Nights is his debut novel. Andrew can be found on Twitter at @andrewzurcher.