I’m thrilled to be coming to Nosy Crow because the people there really seem to understand the sense of humour in my work. They laughed their heads off at my book Weasels and anyone who can appreciate a tale of woodland creatures and megalomania like that are people I want to work with! Also it’s thrilling for me to be joining the ranks of some other Nosy Crow author/illustrators that I really respect, such as Nadia Shireen and Leigh Hodgkinson, who are so talented it makes me feel a little bit unwell. All in all, it’s a dream come true and I’m so over-excited I may have to go for a little
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Christopher Edge is the author of Twelve Minutes to Midnight and Shadows of the Silver Screen. He grew up in Manchester where he spent most of his childhood in the local library dreaming up stories, but now lives in Gloucestershire where he spends most of his time in the local library dreaming up stories. Before becoming a writer, he worked as an English teacher, editor and publisher – any job that let him keep a book close to hand. When not writing, he also works as a freelance publisher and education consultant and has written publications about encouraging children to read.
Marnie Edwards is the author of the Magical Mix-Ups series, illustrated by Leigh Hodgkinson.
Born in the West Country, Marnie moved to London to study English and got her first job working in children’s publishing not long after. Many years later she’s still an editor, and is still in London, where she lives with her husband and three young children.
Corina is a designer specializing in pop-up books and paper engineering with 20 years experience. She created the engineering for the pop-up version of Guess How Much I Love You and has worked with Oliver Jeffers and Lauren Childs among others to create best-selling pop-up versions of their picture books. She lives in Sussex, England with her family.
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Adam is the author of Danny Danger and the Cosmic Remote and the other Danny Danger books. He started writing stories when he was at primary school, mostly about robot animals or magical gadgets. As an adult, he grew out of all that, preferring to write stories about magical gadgets or robot animals. When he’s not writing books, Adam works as a website producer, making (and sometimes playing) online games. Adam has been writing children’s books and poems for about seven years. His last project involved writing a series of poems for London Zoo’s new kids’ zone: Animal Adventure. If you visit Animal Adventure, you can see Adam’s poems next to each of the enclosures. Adam’s favourite animal is the brown-throated sloth.