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1.Your name: Gilli Allan
2.Short Bio: I am English. Alongside art, writing was my hobby as I was growing up, but as I didn’t go to Oxford or Cambridge - let’s face it, I didn’t go to University at all - I never dreamt of writing as a possible career. I went to Croydon Art College and when real-life began to take over from the imaginary kind, I stopped writing altogether. I did a variety of jobs, including shop-assistant, beauty-consultant, barmaid and picking up US tourists in London, in order to sell them real estate in Florida. Eventually I found my dream job as an illustrator in advertising. I only began writing again, with the serious intention of being published, when I was at home with my baby son. I immediately felt I had found my niche and even though my writing life career has been a bit of a patchwork I never returned to the world of commercial art. Still a keen artist I attend a weekly Life Class, I draw and paint, and design our family’s Christmas card every year. I’ve been a school governor, a contributor to local newspapers and a driving force behind the successful establishment of a community shop in the village, where I live with my husband and son.
1.Your name: Adrienne Clarke
2.Short Bio: Adrienne has previously published short stories in The Storyteller, Beginnings Magazine, New Plains Review, and in the e-zines A Fly in Amber, Grim Graffiti, Les Bonnes Fees, The Altruist,The Devilfish Review, and Rose Red Review. Her short story, Falling was awarded second place in the 2008 Alice Munro short fiction contest. To Dance in Liradon is her first published novel.
An avid reader of fairy tales and other magical stories, a thread of the mysterious or unexpected runs through all of her work. When she’s not writing Adrienne can be found searching for faeries along with her daughters Callista and Juliet.
Interview with Barbara Phinney, author of "Deadly Trust" Sep 18th, 2012
After a career of 17 years in the Canadian military, Barbara Phinney retired to be with her two small children. Having always enjoyed writing, Barbara began to write a small slice-of-life column for the local newspaper. But novel writing intrigued her and she began her first novel. Now that her children are grown up, she can devote more time to her novels. Barbara Phinney lives in New Brunswick with her husband.