A thirty-four year old artist living in Leicester. By day, Kelly works as an Assistant Manager, but always ensures she finds time to enjoy a good doodle! Over the years, Kelly has managed to develop her own unique style and has kept to her chosen traditional medium of pen and paper.
John Michael Greer
John Michael Greer is the author of the award-winning The New Encyclopedia of the Occult and Secrets of the Lost Symbol, which has been translated into eight languages. Greer has been featured on The History Channel as an expert on mythology, religion, conspiracy theory and popular culture. He writes a popular futurest blog, The Archdruid Report.
Hannah Michell was born in Yorkshire in 1983 and grew up in Seoul, South Korea. She studied Philosophy and Anthropology at the University of Cambridge, then received an MA in Creative Writing from City University. She has worked for the Economist, Penguin Books and now lectures on Korean pop culture at the University of California, Berkeley. Her first novel, The Defections, was published in 2014.
Carol Midgley is an award-winning journalist who has been a feature writer, reporter and columnist on The Times since 1996. She is a former winner of Feature Writer of the Year. My Family and Other Freaks is her first book. She lives in Liverpool with her family and the dog, Steve.
Dr Rosalind Miles, author of Who Cooked the Last Supper?, is a critically acclaimed and internationally bestselling writer, lecturer and BBC broadcaster. Military historian Robin Cross is the number 1 bestselling author of more than thirty books - including Hitler: An Illustrated Life (Quercus) - a Gulf War reporter, and a former adviser to the UK Ministry of Defence.
Karl Miller was educated at the Royal High School of Edinburgh and Cambridge and Harvard Universities. He became literary editor of the Spectator and the New Statesman as well as editor of the Listener, and went on the found The London Review of Books, which he edited for many years. From 1974 to 1992 he served as Lord Northcliffe Professor of Modern English Literature at University College, London. His books include Cockburn's Millennium, which received the James Tait Black Memorial Award, Doubles, Authors, and two volumes of Autobiography, Rebecca's Vest and Dark Horses. A Life of James Hoggart, Electric Shepherd appeared in 2003.
Donna Milner lives in British Columbia with her husband. After River was her first novel. She is also the author of The Promise of Rain.
D. A. Mishani
D. A. Mishani is a former editor of Israeli fiction and international crime literature, as well as a literary scholar specialising in the history of detective literature. He lives in Tel Aviv and writes full time.
Born in 1964 in Abidjan to a Mauritanian father and a French mother, Karim Miské grew up in Paris before leaving to study journalism in Dakar. He now lives in France, and is making documentary films on a wide range of subjects including deafness, for which he learned sign language, and the common roots between the Jewish and Islamic religions. Arab Jazz is the author's first novel.
MICHAEL MITCHELL is the founder of Libanus Press where he has been designing, publishing and occasionally writing books for forty years. He is a Fellow of the International Society of Typographic Designers and a former President of the Double Crown Club.
Patrick Modiano was born in Paris, France in 1945. He was the recipient of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Literature. He previously won the 2012 Austrian State Prize for European Literature, the 2010 Prix mondial Cino Del Duca from the Institut de France for lifetime achievement, the 1978 Prix Goncourt for Rue des boutiques obscures, and the 1972 Grand Prix du roman de l'Académie française for Les Boulevards de ceinture.
Ken Mogi is a neuroscientist, writer and broadcaster based in Tokyo. He has published more than 30 papers on cognitive and neurosciences, and over 100 books in Japan covering popular science, essay, criticism and self-help. His books have sold close to 1 million copies.
Ali Monaghan has a master's degree in midwifery from the State University of New York. Since graduating in 2007, she has delivered over 400 babies, and has a one-year-old son.
Jessica Moore is an author and translator. Her book of poems, Everything, now, is partly a conversation with her translation of Turkana Boy by Jean-François Beauchemin, for which she won a PEN America Translation Award. Jessica's translation of Birth of a Bridge by Maylis de Kerangal has received widespread praise. She lives in Montreal.
Jeffrey Moore lives in the Laurentian Mountains outside Montreal. As well as being one of the most highly acclaimed Canadian novelists today, he translates plays and film scripts and other literary texts from French to English.
Eleanor Moran is the author of three previous novels: Stick or Twist, Mr Almost Right and Breakfast in Bed, which is currently being developed for television. Eleanor also works as a television drama executive and her TV credits include Spooks, Being Human and a biopic of Enid Blyton, Enid, starring Helena Bonham Carter. Eleanor grew up in North London, where she still lives.
Michelle Moran was born in California. While getting her Masters at Claremont Graduate University, Michelle published her first historical fiction novel, Jezebel. She has traveled around the world - including to Israel, where she participated in an archaeological dig that inspired her to begin writing historical fiction. She lives in Southern California.
Sally Morgan read Natural Sciences at Cambridge University, which was followed by several years of research into the restoration of derelict land. She is now a freelance writer and photographer. She has written more than 200 books on natural history and science topics, and has travelled extensively in search of the unusual and the exotic to capture on camera.
Lauris Morgan-Griffiths studied photography and printing at the London College of Printing. She is a journalist and writer specializing in art, design, and photography and has written numerous articles on photography and collecting contemporary and vintage prints. In the course of her journalistic work, she has had the opportunity of interviewing some of the great photographers of our time, including Arnold Newman, Marc Riboud and David Bailey.
Stephen Moss has written over 20 natural history books, including bestselling titles on birds and British wildlife. He writes a monthly Birdwatch column for the Guardian, frequent articles for BBC Wildlife and Birdwatch magazines, and presents a primetime BBC Radio 4 series on birdsong. Stephen is a former producer at the BBC Natural History Unit, with a TV career that has spanned three decades. He recently produced The Great British Wildlife Revival - a six-part primetime series that will broadcast on BBC One in 2013. Stephen was the original producer of BAFTA-winning Springwatch, as well as The Nature of Britain (with Alan Titchmarsh) and Birding with Bill Oddie.