Anita Jane Sinden – science writer (Allergy-free Living, co-author, 2000); creative writing in development: ghost story trilogy in 19th-century China and modern-day London and Hong Kong, dramatic writing (Black Paper, Gold Ink; Poodles of War)
Ed Peacock – whodunit in production, short stories, organises writing competition – http://www.bcsa.co.uk/specials.html
Elizabeth Saccente – crime fiction set in Japan – http://elizabethsaccente.com
Jane Dobson – poetry and women’s fiction. Jane’s poem, Fragments of Love, was first published in The Times on February 11th 2010 as Love’s Fragments.
Maggie Davies – fiction focused on those affected by the dark side of human nature – currently polishing AGAINST ALL CONSCIENCE, a historical novel telling the story of 14-year-old Hannah, sent to work in a household with an evil secret. Maggie – who has lived in South America, Africa and the United States – has been shortlisted for Bridport Flash, the Olga Sinclair Award and the Hysteria Writing Competition. A previous novel was shortlisted in a Cornerstones competition, one of fourteen out of over a thousand entries. Follow her on Twitter: @maggiedavieswr1
Tanya van Hasselt – contemporary literary fiction All Desires Known (2014) and Of Human Telling (2017)
Valerie Stirling – plays with drama groups in mind (wide range of casts)