Millcaster Tales is written by a team of volunteers with many years experience of working in the nonprofit sector. Stories are representative of real-life situations. They do not relate to actual organisations, people, places or events.
If you have ideas for storylines please get in touch - firstname.lastname@example.org
The fabulous Millcaster street scenes and illustrations have been done by Susie Howarth.
Susie studied at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, London, obtaining a BA(hons), and MA in Fine Art.
She has exhibited in shows throughout the UK, including the Jerwood Drawing Prize at the Jerwood Space and venues across the UK, the London Group Open at the Menier Gallery, Liverpool Biennial Independents, the Bargehouse in Southwark, Temporary Contemporary in Deptford, and the Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth. Her work is held in private collections in the UK and Europe.
Susie has just written her first children’s book, which will be published in January 2010. She lives and works in London.
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