Frank always drove the 132 bus down Marine Boulevard to the Farmers’ Market in Seattle and nothing got him in more of a bad mood than Maddy coming to work with him. “Don’t tell me fresh fish for dinner again – nice and healthy”, he… Read More »Red Snapper – by Karin Milner
Dr Anna Whitelock is a historian, author and broadcaster. She is the prize-winning author of Mary Tudor: England’s First Queen (Bloomsbury 2009). Her latest book is is Elizabeth’s Bedfellows: An Intimate History of the Queen’s Court (Bloomsbury, 2013). Anna writes and reviews for The Telegraph, The Guardian, Times Literary Supplement,… Read More »3rd December 2013 – Anna Whitelock
Jeff is a lecturer for English Literature at Robinson College, Cambridge University, and his diverse interests include the literature of Victorian scientific materialism, literature about university life, ‘badness’ in poetry, the English Tripos Tragedy paper, and comedy.
CATalogue by Siobhan Carew – A hilarious book from the rather imperious voice of much-maligned Merlin the cat. Merlin wishes he had a magic wand. There are problems at home. His owner, Angie, has married Dick, and Merlin really doesn’t like him. Dick’s negative attitude… Read More »CATalogue
Cambridge Writers member Tim Love will hold one of his superb workshops on the theme of 'point of view', something we all need to bear in mind when writing,
Penny lives with her husband and three children in Cambridge, where she teaches at a school for children with speech and language impairment. Tideline is her first novel. Penny is now working on her second.
Nick Warburton writes plays for stage, television and radio and scripts for television series including Doctors, Holby City and EastEnders. He has been part of the regular writing team on Holby City since 2001. His radio plays, On Mardle Fen are one of the few… Read More »4th June 2013 – Nick Warburton
A much needed counterblast to the cliches about being over the hill: David Bainbridge, science writer and vet with a particular interest in the evolution of humans, argues that the years between 40 and 60 are the pinnacle of the human cycle. As well as… Read More »7th May 2013 – Mid-life – Time to celebrate?