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LA Craig
L.A. Craig writes flash and short fiction. Her work has been published online, in Writers’ Forum Magazine and the National Flash Fiction Day anthology, Jawbreakers. She’s tall for her age.
Kelly Creighton
Kelly Creighton

Kelly Creighton is Belfast born, 1979. A poet and fiction writer with work currently, and forthcoming, in literary journals and zines A New Ulster, Electric Windmill Press, Inkspill Magazine, The Galway Review, Poethead blog, Saudade Review, Whiskey Paper, Through the Looking Glass and translated for Recours au Poeme. She is editing her historical fiction novel. Kelly has one poetry collection and a short story collection.

Bob Crew
Bob Crew

Bob Crew is an author in his twilight years with half a dozen books in British and American bookshops. He is a former Times and Financial Times journalist in London and a graduate of the University of London - BA (Hons), MA - and he reads and writes books of both fact and fiction. He has served as a foreign correspondent in the Middle East and South China (Hong Kong) and travelled widely in India, Southeast Asia, North and South Africa, Eastern and Western Europe, as well as the Unite States. Whilst some of his short stories are autobiographical, others are pure figments of his imagination. He is interested in the thin line between fact and fiction when, not infrequently, truth becomes stranger than fiction.

Sandra Crook
Sandra Crook

When not cruising the French waterways in a dutch barge, Sandra Crook fosters rescue dogs at her home in Cambridge, UK. She writes fiction, non fiction and occasional poetry which has been published in newspapers, magazines, anthologies and numerous ezines. Links to her work can be found at http://www.castelsarrasin.wordpress.com

http://www.castelsarrasin.wordpress.com
Miriam Crosby
Miriam Crosby

I am simply a girl who enjoys spilling the idle wanderings and nagging thoughts that she has onto pages of crisp white...screen.I really wish I could say paper but my tree hugging instincts protest at how many trees I would be metaphorically chopping. I live in a teeny tiny house with my wonderful family and beautiful dog Oscar. They provide absolutely no inspiration for my stories what so ever, as they are much too crazy to be understood through words alone. My stories are instead taken from the world of my imagination, which relies heavily on pictures I see, lives I witness and whispers on the wind, all of which I bend and twist which ever way I please.

Michael Crossan
Michael Crossan

Michael lives on Scotland's west coast. He was shortlisted for the Bridport Short Story Prize 2011. His debut novel - Morningplace - is written. Northern gothic. Think esoteric Twin Peaks. Three years work. Michael is researching agents.

Serena Crossman
Serena Crossman

I'm 18 years old and have always read and been interested in crime/thriller/mystery stories so I thought I'd give it a go myself. I hope you enjoy.

Kenneth Crowther
Kenneth Crowther

I am 26 and a teacher of English and Film and TV from Toowoomba, QLD. I like to write all sorts of gear. Young adult fantasy. Scary weird violent stuff. Essays. Scripts. Screenplays. My heroes of the literary world are C.S. Lewis and G.K. Chesterton. Makes me think I should have a pen name like K.E. Crowther or something. Would that make me smarter? Probably not.

Paolo Jose Cruz
Paolo Jose Cruz

Paolo Jose Cruz is in an open relationship with pop media criticism. He flirts with haiku, flash fiction, and interactive storytelling, when time allows. His short stories have been published in Philippine Speculative Fiction.

http://sites.google.com/site/paolojcruz
Mikey Cuddihy
Mikey Cuddihy

Mikey Cuddihy was born in New York in 1952, but came to England when she was nine. She later studied Painting at Edinburgh College of Art; The Central School, and Chelsea College of Art, London. In the mid 70s, she shared a studio in Butlers Wharf, South East London, with fellow students from Chelsea College of Art, and (upstairs) the film-maker, Derek Jarman.
As an artist, she has exhibited both nationally and internationally over three decades. Alongside her work as an artist there has always been her writing - short, autobiographical narratives which have accompanied her installations and paintings. This has lead to fictional works in their own right, and 3 stories were included in an anthology of artist's fiction, The Alpine Fantasy of Victor B, published by Serpent's Tail.
More recently, her stories have been published in Garageland (Carla Says); Untitled Books (Bourgeois), and Lost in Leytonstone, published in 2009. Cuddihy’s first novel is currently in development with Hannah Westland at RCW. She lives in East London, and teaches Painting at the University of Brighton.

James Cuggy
James Cuggy

Shortlisted for the 'George Condo: Mental States' short story competition at the Hayward Gallery 2011.

http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/home
Peter James Cummings
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