Authors

  • Alex Foulkes

    Alex Foulkes

    Rules for Vampires is Alex's debut novel. Alex was born in smoky Stoke-on-Trent and grew up in the Staffordshire Moorlands. She has a BA in English Literature and Creative Writing. As a kid, she spent much of her time reading in her school library; as a grown-up, she has spent...

  • Alex Bellos And Ben Lyttleton

    Alex Bellos And Ben Lyttleton

    En Lyttleton is an author, broadcaster and consultant to professional football clubs. He has written for The Guardian, Sunday Times, Newsweek and TIME International. His work has been syndicated in over 20 countries. He is the author of Twelve Yards: The Art a...

  • Mya-Rose Craig and Sabrena Khadija

    Mya-Rose Craig and Sabrena Khadija

    Mya-Rose Craig's new book We Have a Dream gives a voice to environmental activists from around the world. Also known as Birdgirl, Mya-Rose - is a British-Bangladeshi naturalist, environmentalist and race activist, and has an honorary doctorate from Bristol Uni...

  • Ella Risbridger

    Ella Risbridger

    Ella Risbridger is a journalist, anthologist and cookery writer. In a former life she was a beauty columnist for the i, a cancer columnist for the Pool, a sometime journalist for lots of places (Guardian, Observer, Prospect, Grazia, Stylist), a...

  • Gianna Pollero

    Gianna Pollero

    Gianna Pollero was born and raised in Kent but also spent a considerable amount of her childhood in northern Italy, where the majority of her family live. She originally trained as a journalist and is currently a communications manager for a schools' academy trust in Kent. In 2017, she...

  • Hannah Gold

    Hannah Gold

    Hannah Gold worked in the film and magazine industries before taking time out to pursue her dream of writing.She lives in Lincolnshire with her tortoise, her cat and her husband. The Last Bear is her middle grade debut....

  • Em Norry

    Em Norry

    Emma (she also writes as EL Norry) has a BA (Hons) in Film and an MA in Screenwriting and has written a number of short stories for adults. Her first YA manuscript, Bury the Things You Cannot Hide, draws on her personal experiences as a mixed-race child and teenager growing up...

  • Melvin Burgess

    Melvin Burgess

    Melvin Burgess is regarded as one of the best writers in contemporary children's literature, having won the Carnegie Medal and the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize for his acclaimed novel Junk, whose 25th Anniversary edition has just been published by Andersen Press, together...