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Jan Fortune studied theology at Selwyn College, Cambridge and did a PhD in feminist theology. She has worked as a teacher, parish priest and charity director and moved to North Wales in 2001, where she continues to try to learn Welsh. Jan has tutored creative writing courses for the Arvon Foundation, Open College of Arts, Women on Tour, Gardoussel Retreat and NAWE as well as running writing courses for Cinnamon Press.
Her publications include many articles, chapters and five non fiction books on alternative education and parenting, inspired by home educating her four (now adult) children, the most recent being Winning Parent, Winning Child; novels, including Dear Ceridwen, Coming Home, and a novel for teenagers, The Standing Ground, which is also popular with adults; a poetry collection and a prose poetry collection, Stale Bread & Miracles. She published the collaborative poetry collection, Slate Voices, in 2014, her contribution being a long poetry sequence focussing on an abandoned slate mine and valley, Cwmorthin, near her home, and is now working on a new novel.
Rowan B Fortune left school at the age of 6 to pursue an autonomous education. He did a humanities degree with the Open Univiersity and is currently completing a PhD novel on the theme of Utopia. His interests include philosophy and politics as well as literature and he is particularly interested in approaches to the philosophical novel and in reading everything he possibly can by or about Proust.
Cottia Fortune-Wood is a fine arts photography student at Hereford College of Art where she also served as president of the student body. She is particularly interested in narrative photography and contributes both her design flair and her patient training skills to Cinnamon Press’ covers.
Adam Craig is a photographer, writer and self-taught graphic designer. In addition to stewarding Cinnamon’s pamphlet imprint, Liquorice Fish Books, Adam contributes cover designs, mentors other writers as part of Cinnamon’s mentoring programme, and consults on general editorial policy. In addition to stories in several anthologies, he has published two e-book collections of micro-fiction and a novel, Vitus Dreams.