Jane Bradley is the founder and director of For Books’ Sake. She is a freelance journalist and fiction author, and editor of the short story collections Short Stack, Derby Shorts, Tongue in Cheek and (RE)Sisters. She has just completed her first full-length play, The Curse, and was recently longlisted for the 2016 Lucy Cavendish Fiction Prize.
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Kerry Ryan is founder of Write like a Grrrl. Her writing has featured in a range of publications including The Kenyon Review, 3:am magazine, Alternative and Indigo Rising. Her story, The Bird, won first prize in Spilling Ink’s short story competition. She is currently writing a novel set in London in 1914, The Art of Mimicry, which was shortlisted in Myriad Editions First Drafts Competition in 2014. Submit to The Weekend Read
Based in Bristol, Abbie Salter studied English Lit at the University of Exeter, and started as For Books’ Sake news sleuth in the summer of 2013.
Paul Forster is currently editing a zeitgeisty, queer, pop-cult psychological thriller influenced by listening to Huggy Bear. He deifies Margaret Atwood, Janeane Garofalo and Shami Chakrabarti, is fascinated by blurred lines in cultural practices and craves enjoyment as much as he craves social engagement.