A collection of fictional and non-fictional biographies about writers with connections to Kent and the historic spa town of Tunbridge Wells. More
A digital version of E.M.Forster is tracked down by a desperate biographer, Suffragette Sarah Grand prepares to make a stand for women's rights on the eve of the 1901 census and William Makepeace Thackeray finds himself in an awkward position trying to dissuade Dickens from pressing ahead with his revolutionary idea for a novel. These are just several of the unreliable biographies from the Tunbridge Wells Writers. This collection of fictional pieces about writers follows the life and opinions of people as diverse as Jo Brand, Vita Sackville-West, Victoria Hislop, Arthur Conan Doyle and W.H.Davies.
Tunbridge Wells Writers is a writers collective operating from the beautiful spa town of Tunbridge Wells in England. Formed in 2010 it is made up poets, fiction and non-fiction writers, bloggers and other waifs and strays.