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  • Malachy Tallack
    Malachy Tallack

    Malachy Tallack is a young writer and musician who has recently been awarded a New Writers Award by the Scottish Book Trust and an Artist’s Bursary by Creative Scotland. He is currently being mentored by John Burnside. He has worked as a reporter on the Shetland Times and his writing has

  • David Taylor
    David Taylor

    David Taylor graduated in Scottish Historical Studies from the University of Edinburgh, and gained a PhD from the University of the Highlands and Islands. After teaching history at Douglas-Ewart High School he was Principal Teacher of History and Modern Studies at Kingussie High School

  • Iain Taylor
    Iain Taylor

    Iain Taylor is (with Boyd Robertson) co author of Teach Yourself Gaelic and currently teaches in Ireland.

  • Teresa Monachino
    Teresa Monachino

    Born in England in 1968, Teresa Monachino is a graphic designer whose work touches many design disciplines from exhibition and branding to books, packaging and digital media. She studied at the Chelsea School of Art in London, graduating in 1990, and now runs her own independent studio.

  • Terry J. Williams
    Terry J. Williams

    Terry J. Williams is a farmer’s daughter who was brought up in Cumbria and has lived in Scotland for many years. She lived for 10 years in a crofting community on the Isle of Skye, working as a freelance photographer and writer. Her book Ten Out Of Ten was published in 2010 to

  • Terry Wyke, Brian Robson & Martin Dodge
    Terry Wyke, Brian Robson & Martin Dodge

    Terry Wyke is Research Fellow at Manchester Metropolitan University. He was one of the founder editors of the Manchester Region History Review and has written extensively on aspects of the history of the Manchester region. Brian Robson is Emeritus Professor at Manchester University.

  • Andrea Thomas
    Andrea Thomas

    Andrea Thomas is Welsh by birth, English by marriage, and Scottish by affection. She was schooled in Swansea, gained a history degree from the University of Oxford and a doctorate in Scottish history from the University of Edinburgh. She has taught at several leading independent schools and

  • Joanna Thomas
    Joanna Thomas

    Joanna Thomas was born in Bristol. Her childhood holidays were spent in Cornwall where she gained a love for the county. Such was the pull to its coastline that she chose to return to study at University College Falmouth for a degree in Journalism and later a Masters in Professional Writing.

  • Robert Thomsen
    Robert Thomsen

    Robert Thomsen is Associate Professor of Nationalism, Identity and Globalisation at Aalborg University, Denmark. He has published articles and edited books on different aspects of the history, culture and politics of Canada and Great Britain. His research interests are nationalism,

  • Iain R. Thomson
    Iain R. Thomson

    First Book: Isolation Shepherd (Bidean Books, 1983; new edition by Birlinn, 2007) Although he was born in Inverness, into a family with long-standing connections to the Highlands, Iain Thomson was in fact raised and educated near Liverpool. On leaving school in the late 1940s, he returned to

  • Tim Archbold
    Tim Archbold

    Tim Archbold was born and brought up in Northumberland. As well as writing and illustrating children’s books, his work has appeared in the Radio Times , Good Housekeeping , BBC Gardener’s World , Good Food and Country Living ; and he has worked with Hampton Court, Museum of

  • Tim Kirby
    Tim Kirby

    Tim Kirby is a British artist and illustrator, providing drawings for editorial, publishing, corporate and advertising, as well as private commissions. His clients include Gramophone magazine, the New Statesman, Management Today and the BBC.

  • Tim Wigmore & Freddie Wilde
  • Tom Callahan
    Tom Callahan

    Tom Callahan is a former senior writer at Time magazine and sports columnist at the Washington Post . A sports enthusiast and recipient of the National Headliner Award, he is the author of several books, including the New York Times bestseller Johnny U , In Search of Tiger and

  • Tom English & Peter Burns
    Tom English & Peter Burns

    Tom English is an award-winning BBC Sport writer and broadcaster. He won Rugby Book of the Year at the 2011 British Sports Book Awards for The Grudge , before claiming the prize again in 2016 for No Borders: Playing Rugby for Ireland . He is a co-author of the bestselling Behind the Lions:

  • Tony Johnson & Lynn McConnell
    Tony Johnson & Lynn McConnell

    Tony Johnson is a household name in New Zealand as a rugby commentator, TV sports presenter, rugby writer, journalist and radio broadcaster. He has covered Test match, Super Rugby and domestic rugby in New Zealand since 1987 as well as a variety of other sports from the Olympics and

  • Tony Stanger
    Tony Stanger

    Tony Stanger represented Scotland 52 times at Rugby Union and is currently their joint top try-scorer of all time. He scored arguably the most famous try in Scottish rugby history to win the Grand Slam in 1990 and represented the British & Irish Lions on their victorious tour to South

  • David Torrance
    David Torrance

    David Torrance was born and brought up in Edinburgh and educated at Leith Academy, the University of Aberdeen and Cardiff University’s School of Journalism. He began his journalistic career on the Edinburgh Evening News as a reporter before moving into television to present and produce The