Will Eaves is the author of five novels and two collections of poetry. He was Arts Editor of The Times Literary Supplement from 1995 to 2011. His latest novel ‘Murmur’ has just won the 10th anniversary Wellcome Book Prize. It was inspired by the life and legacy of Alan Turing, and is a narrative experiment that honours his legacy, rather than a fictionalised account of his life.
Mark Griffin first became well known starring as Trojan in ITV’s Gladiators in the 90’s. In April 2017, he was short-listed in the top five out of three and a half thousand entrants in a national crime thriller writing competition for his debut ‘When Darkness Falls’ It is the first in a series starring criminal psychologist Holly Wakefield and DI Bishop of the Met Police.
David Whitehouse is an award-winning novelist, journalist and screenwriter. His latest novel ‘The Long Forgotten’ is about love, loss, inheritance and obsession.
Ann O´Loughlin has been a leading journalist in Ireland for nearly thirty years, and has covered all major news events of the last three decades. She is currently a senior journalist with the Irish Examiner newspaper. Her latest novel ‘My Mother’s Daughter’ is based on a true story of two babies accidentally switched at birth, only uncovered 10 years later…