Sandra A. Agard is a professional storyteller, author, tutor, playwright, literary consultant, editor and cultural historian. She has worked for over forty years in libraries as a literature development officer. She has worked in educational, cultural institutions, organisations and literary festivals throughout the UK and in the United States.
Her published works include numerous books, poems, and short stories. Her plays have been performed in London and Northampton.
She is currently a Learning Facilitator for Schools at The British Library.
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