The Write Place

Chris McGeorge

Chris McGeorge is the author of two thrillers GUESS WHO and NOW YOU SEE ME published by Orion, one of the UK's leading publishing companies. He has an MA in Creative Writing (Crime/Thriller) from City University London where Guess Who was his thesis, as well as a BA in Film and Television Production from University of Cumbria. He lives in Spennymoor, Durham.

Rachel Lewis

Rachel Lewis was a 2018 winner of the Wordsmith Pamphlet Prize and her debut poetry pamphlet, Three Degrees of Separation, was published by Wordsmith_HQ in 2019. The pamphlet explores love, loss and mental health through the lens of family relationships. Rachel is an alumna of the Poet in the City Young Producers scheme, the Roundhouse Cross Arts programme and the University of Cambridge and you can follow her on Instagram: @imperfectly_poeted


Jenny Lewis

Jenny Lewis is a fantasy novelist and founder of Write into the Woods, supporting and teaching fiction writers to find their writing path. She has published four novels and is working on numbers five and six now, all of which feature dragons, explore paranormal fantasy or steampunk. She runs monthly online workshops and The Treehouse Club — an online club for fiction writers.

Kirsty Fox

Kirsty Fox is a fiction writer, business mentor and creative producer specialising in work wellbeing after her personal experiences of burnout. She is the founder of Bees Make Honey Creative Community, a social enterprise supporting writers, artists, and micro-businesses in the East Midlands. She previously worked at Nottingham Writers’ Studio supporting local writers with their creative and professional development. 

Isabelle Kenyon

Isabelle Kenyon is a northern poet and the author of This is not a Spectacle, The Trees Whispered (Origami Poetry Press) and Digging Holes To Another Continent (Clare Songbirds Publishing House, New York). She is soon to have a collection published with Knives, Forks and Spoons Press. She is the editor of Fly on the Wall Press, a socially conscious small press for chapbooks and anthologies.

Kristina Adams

Kristina Adams is an author, blogger, and reformed caffeine addict. She’s written five novels poking fun at celebrity culture, one nonfiction book on productivity for writers, and too many blog posts to count. She shares advice for writers over on her blog, The Writer’s Cookbook.

Gail Aldwin

Gail’s published work includes a collection of short fiction Paisley Shirt which was long-listed in the Saboteur Awards 2018, adversaries/comrades a poetry pamphlet published by Wordsmith_HQ and The String Games, her debut novel. Gail appears at literary festivals and fringe festivals in the South West. You can find her on Twitter @gailaldwin, on her blog, The Writer is a Lonely Hunter.