Taylor, Joelle

Joelle Taylor is the author of 4 collections of poetry. Her most recent collection C+NTO & Othered Poems (Westbourne Press) won the 2021 T.S Eliot Prize; and is the subject of a Radio 4 arts documentary Butch. She is co-curator and host of Out-Spoken Live, resident at the Southbank Centre, and the current editor of […]

Thompson, Emma

Dame Emma Thompson is one of the world’s most critically-lauded and respected talents for her versatility in acting as well as screenwriting.  She is the sole artist thus far to have received an Academy Award for both acting (Howards End) and screenwriting (Sense and Sensibility). In June of 2018 she was appointed a Dame Commander of […]

Thorne, Jack

Jack Thorne is a writer of film, television and theatre. In film, his credits include Wonder, The Aeronauts, Radioactive and The Secret Garden. His television work includes National Treasure, Kiri, Don’t Take My Baby, The Virtues, His Dark Materials and The Eddy. For theatre, his plays include Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, When You Cure Me, Hope, A Christmas Carol and the end of […]

Tonkin, Boyd

Boyd Tonkin is a journalist, editor and critic who currently writes on literature and other arts for international media including The Economist, The Financial Times, Wall Street Journal and The Spectator. As Literary Editor and then Senior Writer of The Independent, he re-founded The Independent Foreign Fiction Prize, with Arts Council England, and judged it […]

Tillyard, Stella

Stella Tillyard was educated at Oxford and Harvard Universities and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She is the author of 8 books, including The Impact of Modernism, Aristocrats, Citizen Lord, and, most recently, The Great Level. Her work has been translated into several languages and sold hundreds of thousands of copies. […]

Taylor, Sara

Sara Taylor was born in Virginia and home-schooled until university. She received her Masters in Prose Fiction and PhD in Creative and Critical Writing from the University of East Anglia and now lives in Reading. Her novels, The Shore and The Lauras, explore the social construction of identity, sexuality and family; her academic work deals […]

Teitler, Nathalie

Nathalie Teitler works across the fields of arts, activism and academia. She holds a PhD in Latin American Poetry (King’s College London, 2000). She has run literature programmes promoting diversity in the UK for over 20 years, founding the first national mentoring and translation programmes for writers living in exile, and is the Director of […]