Our Tutors

We have highly qualified and experienced tutors, who will guide you through our online writing courses, including:

 

Molly Ellson

Molly Ellson holds a First Class Honours degree in English Literature and has written for the likes of Dean Street Press. She is currently a shadow writer for Writing East Midlands and was the assistant editor and a contributing writer at Enchanted Conversation: A Fairy Tale Magazine. Molly loves to share her passion for language […]

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Kerry Drewery

Kerry Drewery is a YA writer published by HarperCollins Children’s and Hot Key Books with work translated into more than a dozen languages. Her novels have been nominated for the CILIP Carnegie Medal, awarded ‘Highly Commended’ at the North East Teen Books, and her latest – Cell 7 – was shortlisted for CrimeFest Teen Crime […]

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Emma Pass

Emma Pass is the award-winning author of fiction for young adults. Her debut novel, ACID, won the North East Teenage Book Award and was picked by YALSA as a Top Ten Amazing Audiobook for 2015. Both ACID and her second novel, The Fearless, were nominated for the Carnegie Medal. The Fearless won the Concorde Book […]

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Emma Read

Emma Read is a children’s author and creative writing mentor and tutor. Her debut novel for young readers, Milton the Mighty, was one of The Times’ Best Children’s Books of 2019. It also won the N. Somerset Teachers Award and was shortlisted for the Bath Children’s Novel Award. Other published works include short stories and […]

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Hayleigh Burnett

Hayleigh Burnett is the Editor in Chief at Editing Fox, where she specialises in helping new authors improve their writing by offering developmental editing and copy editing. Hayleigh has a Double Bachelor of Arts where she majored in Abnormal Psychology and English Literature. She holds a Graduate Degree in Secondary English Teaching, which makes her […]

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Rebecca D’Arcy

Dr. Rebecca D’Arcy received her PhD in English literature in 2016. She has published academic essays in journals including Postcolonial Text and Irish Studies Review. She has also had prose fiction published in Tir nÓg literary magazine, and The Martello magazine. Rebecca’s poetry has appeared in The Blue Nib literary magazine and she is currently […]

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Jim Otieno-Hall

Jim is a writer, educator, and support worker. His published work includes: Upon Arrival, Drop Your Cool (2014), Boy (2015), and ELSEWHERE (forthcoming). He has served as writer-in-residence for various schools and University settings, in which he curated, edited and published anthologies of creative writing by new writers, many of whom had previously never put […]

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Tyler Paterson

Tyler Paterson is a three-time Pushcart Prize nominee, holds an MFA in Fiction Writing, and is a graduate of Second City Chicago. His work has appeared in over 90 publications worldwide including The Saturday Evening Post, The Forge Literary Magazine, The Dalhousie Review, Brilliant Flash Fiction, and Fresh Ink. A semi-finalist in the Aura Estra […]

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Lucie Brownlee

Dr Lucie Brownlee is an award-winning writer, researcher, and creative writing tutor. Her Sunday Times best-seller Life After You was chosen for the Richard and Judy Bookclub and adapted for television. Her novel The Mother made the final four in Mslexia’s Novel Competition 2020 and she is a Northern Writers’ Award for Fiction winner for her novel The Song of Annie Chapman. Her short […]

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Luisa Plaja

Luisa Plaja is the author of several novels for young adults as well as non-fiction, educational books and short stories published by Penguin Random House, Hachette and Raintree, among others. She has also published novels under more than one pen name. Luisa has a passion for stories and words, with a background in dictionary editing, […]

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Nikki Sheehan

Nikki Sheehan is an author, journalist, mentor and teacher. She has published three novels for young adults, short stories, one biography and two picture books. Her first adult novel is forthcoming. She has also written poetry, advertising copy, subtitles and a TV comedy script. Nikki has been shortlisted for, and won many awards, including being […]

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Kerry Hadley-Pryce

Kerry Hadley-Pryce is the editor of The Blackcountryman magazine. Her first novel, The Black Country, published by Salt Publishing in 2015, was part of her MA Creative Writing, for which she gained a distinction and was awarded the Michael Schmidt Prize for Outstanding Achievement 2013–14. She has had several short stories published in various anthologies […]

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Eileen Casey

Eileen Casey is a poet, fiction writer and journalist and holds an M.Phil in Creative Writing. Her work is widely published in outlets such as The Moth, Verbal Arts Magazine, County Lines: Portrait of a County (New Island); The Ulster Tatler, Ice, The Irish Times, The Jelly Bucket, The Coffee House, among others. Recent awards […]

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Olive O’Brien

Olive O’Brien is an author and publisher. Olive has published three children’s books, Perry the Playful Polar Bear, Perry the Polar Bear Goes Green and Eco Zico. She has also published a children’s book app for the iPad. She has a Masters in Journalism and previously worked as a features writer and news reporter at […]

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Maria Hoey

Maria Hoey has an honours BA Degree from Dublin City University.

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Doreen Duffy

Doreen Duffy studied creative writing at Oxford University online, at University College Dublin & National University of Ireland (NUIM) Maynooth.

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