Massimo Fenati was born in Genoa, Italy in 1969. He spent his childhood reading comics and illustrated books. During his university years he experimented with short illustrated stores and published some of his work in Italian comics magazines. After completing his MA in Architecture, in 1995 he moved to London and started his career as a product designer and later set up his own studio. He is now designing products and furniture for international clients including Nokia, Driade, Cappellini, Flos, Alessi, Crabtree & Evelyn, Lapalma, Fiam Italia and more.http://www.massimofenati.com/http://massimofenati.wordpress.com/http://sewnanddrawn.wordpress.com/
Kylie Fitzpatrick was born in Denmark and grew up in England, America, and Australia. She has worked as an actress, as a researcher for documentary films and as a freelance script editor. She lives in Somerset with her partner and young daughter.
Barbara Flynn began acting in her native Hastings whilst at school, and since leaving drama school has worked steadily across stage, film and television, creating and sustaining some memorable television characters.
Michael Curtis Ford
Michael Ford is 42 years old and is a translator and novelist. He has bachelor¿s degrees from the University of Washington and a graduate degree from Princeton. He speaks several languages and is an avid reader of the classics. He and his wife educate their two children at home.
C. S. Forester
Cecil Scott Forester was born in 1899 in Cairo and educated in England. He went to Hollywood during the opening years of World War II to help write and produce 'propaganda' films that would convince U.S. filmgoers that the they should take the side of the British and Allies in the War, which led to such films as Eagle Squadron (1941). He is most famous for his celebrated Hornblower series. He died in 1966.
Adam Foulds was born in 1974 and lives in South London. He read English at St. Catherine's, Oxford, has a Creative Writing MA from UEA and received the Harper-Wood fellowship from St. John's College, Cambridge. His poetry, praised by Christopher Reid and Craig Raine, has appeared in magazines such as Arete, Stand and Quadrant. He is the author of The Truth About These Strange Times which won The Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award.
Emilia Fox appeared in the BBC's PRIDE AND PRJUDICE whilst still at university, and has gone on to star in REBECCA, DAVID COPPERFIELD, BBC's 2009 MERLIN series and in 2012 starred as Lady Portia Alresford in UPSTAIRS DOWNSTAIRS. She also reads regularly on Radio 4 and has taken over the role as Dr Nikki Alexander in the TV series SILENT WITNESS. Emilia has read numerous audiobooks including the MAGICAL CHILDREN series, THE SWEETNESS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PIE by Alan Bradley and SECRETS OF THE TIDES by Hannah Richell for Orion.
Ilana Fox has worked for a variety of national newspapers and websites, including the Daily Mail, the Sun, ASOS.com, The Telegraph and The Mirror. She's currently CMO at audioBoom. Ilana lives in East Dulwich but can mostly be found causing trouble in Shoreditch and Soho. Find out more about Ilana online at www.ilana.xxx or follow her on Twitter @ilana