Alison Huntingford runs the South Hams Authors’ Network. Her latest novel, ‘A ha’penny will do’, is a work of historical fiction based on family history.
Caroline Born, is the author of ‘The Heron of Isfahan, which narrates her experiences travelling in Europe and the Middle East in her ‘hippie youth’.
Alwyn Marriage, in ‘The Elder Race’, imagines a future in which medical science has eliminated most life-threatening illness, with unwelcome consequences. An elderly contemporary dancer races to escape from malicious Government control to seek a new life in Cornwall.
Between them these three authors shed light on what it is like to travel from the known to the unknown, and to discover new ways of belonging.
About the Authors:
Alison Huntingford has a degree in Humanities with Literature and has always enjoyed reading, especially the great writers of the 19th century. Her novels are inspired by her research into her family history.
Alwyn Marriage’s 14 books include fiction, poetry and non-fiction. She gives frequent readings and lectures all over Britain and Europe and in Australia and New Zealand. She is Managing Editor of Oversteps Books.
Caroline Born is a movement practitioner, facilitator and artist. She is currently writing and dancing her second book on embodied practice that enquires into symptom as messenger.
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