Eva Harlsband
 Eva Harlsband is a fiction writer working on her first novel, "Cable Street Sisters".

Eva grew up listening to stories about her émigré great grandaparents who left Riga in the late nineteenth century. These stories fired her childhood imagination.

As a  writer and performer in her twenties, Eva created a series of monologues performed in London, Liverpool and Russia. As a therapist and educator, she has worked in prisons, schools and adult mental health services.

"Cable Street Sisters", set in London's Jewish East End in 1936, follows the sisters' high spirited and radical journeys through this tumultuous year.

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Hannah Persaud
Hannah writes poetry, short stories and novels and is represented by Laura Macdougall of United Agents. Born in Yorkshire her transient childhood was spent in a variety of landscapes including the Yorkshire dales, beside the English Channel and in land locked Nepal.  All of Hannah's writing evolves from setting and the importance of place. She currently lives in Stroud with her husband, two almost-teenagers and two boisterous spaniels.

Her debut novel "The Codes of Love" is being published in print and digital edition by Muswell Press and in audio by Bolinda, in February 2020. She is currently working on her second novel.

Hannah recently won the InkTears Short Story Contest with her story “Cyfannedd Fach”.  She is a judge for InkTears this year. Her short stories have won and placed in various competitions and are published in numerous places including in anthologies by TSS Publishing, The Brighton Prize, The Fresher Writing Prize, and Magic Oxygen as well as in a variety of literary zines.

You can read more about Hannah here .
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James Woolf
James is a fiction writer living in London, represented by Emily Sweet Associates. His first novel "Three Steps Behind" is a psychological thriller set between 1979 and 1981 in Yorkhsire. It interweaves fact and fiction, layering a fictional story over the febrile atmosphere at the time of the Yorkshire Ripper. The novel is currently out on submission.

James is working on his second novel which follows a young girl who is auditioning for Decca records in October 1961, three months before the Beatles were famously turned down by the same label.

James has had many short stories published and listed in competitions. He also writes plays.

He lives with his family in north London.

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