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Caroline completed a PhD in History at the University of Durham. She developed a particular interest in the impact of the First World War on the landscape of Belgium and France, and in the experience of women during the conflict – fascinations that she was able to pursue while she spent several years working as a researcher for a Belgian company. Caroline is originally from Lancashire, but now lives in southwest France.
Katya Balen read English at university and then completed an MPhil researching the impact of stories on autistic children's behaviour. She has worked in a variety of special-needs schools and is the co-founder of Mainspring Arts – a not-for-profit organisation that provides creative opportunities for neurodivergent adults.
Liz Hyder is a writer, experienced workshop leader and multi-award-winning PR consultant in the arts. A former member of the National Youth Theatre, she has a BA in drama from the University of Bristol and is currently developing several stage projects in the West Midlands. She trained with Spread the Word in London to run creative writing workshops and has led Writing West Midlands' young writers group, Spark, in Shrewsbury since 2016. In early 2018, she won Moniack Mhor's Emerging Writer Award. Bearmouth, a YA thriller, is her debut novel.
Nick Tomlinson is a former English, Drama and Special Needs teacher, academic learning mentor, singing waiter and admin clerk. He has performed in a sell-out show at the Edinburgh Fringe, accidentally camped on a military target range in West Africa, and managed to pass his karate black belt grading despite choking on his gum shield. A lifelong bookworm, Nick has been writing stories since he was five. His adult novel, Saint Valentine, was published by Transworld in 2004. Nick lives in Herefordshire.
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