Student Successes

Here are a selection of works published by Creative Writing students I have taught.

S. E Lynes

Pyschologicall Thrillers

Former BBC Producer, S.E. Lynes is the Amazon best selling author of ‘intelligent and haunting’, ‘beautifully written’ psychological thrillers, VALENTINA, MOTHER, THE PACT, THE PROPOSAL, THE WOMEN, THE LIES WE HIDE, CAN YOU SEE HER? and her latest novel, THE HOUSEWARMING, available for pre-order NOW.

After completing her MA, Lynes taught creative writing at Richmond Adult Community College for over ten years. She now combines writing, mentoring and lecturing. 

She has also published three children’s books in Italy: IL LEOPARDO LAMPO, LA COCCODRILLA INGAMBA, and the bilingual LA SCIMMIA SPIRITOSA/THE FUNNY MONKEY, all available at

Callie Langridge

Family Saga

Callie was born and brought up in Berkshire. After a brief teenage spell in the depths of Lancashire, she moved back to London.

Having left school at 16, she studied drama before embarking on a career in marketing. This saw her work in music marketing in the heady days of Britpop in the nineties. She unleashed her creativity in the design of window displays and marketing campaigns for the leading music retailer. More recently she has followed her passion for history, working in marketing and communications for historical and cultural organisations.

On hitting her thirtieth birthday, she decided finally to pick up her pen and take the first of many creative writing courses. A few years later and she has had a number of short stories published and plays performed at theatres and venues across London. Her first novel ‘A Time to Change’ was published in September 2017.

Her second novel ‘Keep You By My Side’ will be published in October 2018.

Callie lives in London with her long-term partner, an ever-growing collection of antique curiosities, and more books than any person really needs. 

Zoe Antoniades

Children’s Author

Zoe writes collaboratively with young people and has published four anthologies of short stories: Invincible Voices – Long ShortsMedium Shorts and Short Shorts which were launched at Waterstones, Chiswick in 2017.  The fourth book in the series, Invincible Voices – Winter Shorts, was published in September 2018. Zoe has also written a memoir, Tea and Baklavas which won the Winchester Writers’ Festival Memoir Prize, 2015. 

Now signed with Andersen Press, Zoe is working on a brand-new series about twins, Cally & Jimmy. The first title, Twins in Trouble is released in September 2020 and the second book, Twintastic, in April 2021.


Jacky Colliss Harvey

Non-Fiction and Fiction

Jacky Colliss Harvey was born in the wilds of Suffolk, and grew up surrounded by farms and animals. She studied English at Cambridge University and art history at the Courtauld Institute, and putting those two together, went on to a career in the museum world as a writer, editor and publisher. At the same time, her red hair also found her an alternative career as a life model and a film extra, playing everything from a society lady in ‘Atonement’ to a Parisian whore in ‘Bel-Ami’. 

Her first book, ‘Red: A History of the Redhead,’ was a New York Times bestseller, and finally convinced her to write full-time. It was followed by a guided journal, ‘My Life As A Redhead,’ and in 2019 by ‘The Animal’s Companion’ – an exploration of the 26,000 year love story between people and their pets. Her writing has been praised as ‘quirky and deeply perceptive’, and as ‘witty…wide-ranging and throughly enjoyable.’ She lives in London with two very spoiled rescue cats, while her partner lives in New York – so a good deal of her writing is done at 30,000 feet. Whatever her altitude, you can find her on Twitter @JCollissHarvey, and on Instagram as jackycollissharvey.

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