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This directory contains details of NAWE Professional Members who may be able to provide you with services.  You can contact members by pressing the 'Contact Me' button, which will forward to the member your message and email address. You can also view this page as a map.

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Novelist, visual artist, and former English teacher, I now offer workshops and short courses to schools and teachers. Read more...
I'm a novelist, journalist and write stories for online games. I've given talks about various aspects of my work - including the future of writing and e-books - and taught writing workshops to both adult and teenage groups. Read more...
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I’m the author of one published novel (The Last Treasure Hunt) and several award-winning short stories. I initially trained as a visual artist, and have worked variously as an illustrator, designer and arts marketeer, but swapped sketchbooks for notebooks when I embarked on an M.Phil in Creative Writing at Glasgow University. I’m currently an associate lecturer in Creative Writing with the Open University, a lecturer in Creative Writing for Edinburgh College, and a Creative Writing PhD resear… Read more...
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Judith Allnatt is an acclaimed short story writer and novelist. Her first novel, A Mile of River, was a Radio 5 Live Book of the Month and was shortlisted for the Portico Prize for Literature; her second novel, The Poet’s Wife, was shortlisted for the East Midlands Book Award. Short stories have featured in the Bridport Prize Anthology, the Commonwealth Short Story Awards, and on BBC Radio 4. Her third novel, The Moon Field, described by The Times as ‘deeply moving’, is set in the First World… Read more...

Deborah Alma has an MA in Creative Writing, taught Writing Poetry at Worcester University and is Honorary Research Fellow at Keele University. Deborah is also Emergency Poet in her vintage ambulance and is editor of Emergency Poet-an anti-stress poetry anthology , The Everyday Poet- Poems to live by ( both published by Michael O’Mara), and her True Tales of the Countryside is published by The Emma Press. She lives with her partner the poet James Sheard on a hillside in Powys, Wales. websi… Read more...

Well-published poet, author and journalist; mentor; visual and land artist. I run a programme of inspiring creative and reflective writing courses called FIRE IN THE HEAD (www.fire-in-the-head.co.uk), featured in several broadsheet papers. Much of my own work and also the courses and workshops I run take their inspiration from the landscape. I love rural site-specific cross artform work. Recently I'm focusing more and more on environmental awareness. I now run a series of workshops fo… Read more...

I write fiction for children and grown ups and run workshops on writing in junior schools, secondary schools, teacher training colleges and universities. I began writing exclusively for radio as script writer and writer/director. Working for CBBC got me into thinking about children's stories. Over the past five year's I've written two series of children's books 'The Rugby Zombies' and 'Steve's Dreams'. New children's books are due out in November and next spring. I run workshops for schools a… Read more...