Kerry is the Author of two books: 'Tony Hogan Bought Me An Ice-cream Float Before He Stole My Ma' won the Scottish First Book Award. And her second, 'THIRST', won the Prix Femina Étranger, France's most prestigious award for foreign fiction. She is also the founder of The WoMentoring Project.
2:20 The Accidental Tourist discussion begins.
17:25 Jazz discussion begins.
26:40 'Tis discussion begins.
40:20 Kerry speaks about her involvement with the WoMentoring Project.
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Hannah recommends the following comic shops:
"both of these shops are light and airy and welcoming. Anyone concerned about walking into a sweaty comics dungeon needn't worry."
Lara is a writer working and living in Manchester. Her debut short story collection, 'Treats', was published this year by Freight.
She tweets at @Lara_A_Williams
Harry is a writer and an artist. His debut novel, Anatomy of a Soldier, came out this year and was shortlisted for the Gordon Burn Prize. He's currently working on his second novel.
He tweets at @harrybparker
Simon runs a YouTube channel focused on teaching people about physics, climate science, and studying. He also makes videos that help people who are applying, or considering applying, to Oxford and Cambridge university.
His Youtube Channel is 'SimonOxfPhys'
He tweets @SimonOxfPhys
She is currently working on a book about an all-female community on an oil rig at the end of the world.
She tweets at @fairfairisles
He lives and works in Glasgow, and is a member of the Glasgow SF Writers Circle.
Paul's first novel 'River of Ink' was released at the beginning of 2016. He is currently working on his second novel.
“An extraordinary debut … Paul M.M. Cooper is writer of real talent … River of Ink is what historical fiction should be: immersive, illuminating and captivating” – The Times
Paul is published by Bloomsbury
Tim released his first book, 'The Last King of Lydia' in 2013. Shortlisted for the Dylan Thomas Prize, it was one of my favourite books that year. He has since released a sequel 'The King and The Slave'.
He lives in Sheffield and teaches on the Warwick University undergraduate writing program.
Both of Tim's books are published by Atlantic Books.