Teresa Benison

About me

Currently working on an historical novel set in 5th Century Cornwall. Originally part of an oral storytelling project in Cambridge, this has evolved from its Arthurian beginnings into an alternate history of the British Isles – in fact what began as a single novel has the potential to become an entire series spanning centuries.

I am also working on a novel based around a 1970s folk-rock band, but this period falls outside the 50 year definition of ‘historical fiction’ 🙁

As for me, my bio, I have published two contemporary novels with Random House and taught creative writing for the University of Cambridge. I am Co-Founder of the Penzance Writers’ Cafe and am involved with the running of the Penzance Literary Festival. I am also planning a range of workshops at the Exchange Gallery in Penzance

Find me on Facebook and find Writers’ Cafe here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Writers-Cafe/282400951892103

From my website

Crime among the Cream Teas – by Linda Camidge

Penzance Writers’ Cafe was delighted to welcome David Coubrough, author of the locally set crime novel Half a Pound of Tuppeny Rice, to Writers’ Café on Wednesday September 14th.   David, who has always felt an affinity with Cornwall, started writing at the age of 57 after attending a course at…

Come on Kindle, Light my Fire

If you have been reading these blogs on a regular basis, you may have come to the conclusion that I’ve quite a lot of projects on the go.   Firstly, there are the two novels, Looking for Jonah and Queen’s Daughter. I am currently gearing myself up and girding my loins…

Looking for a Literary Agent

  One of my favourite finds from my antiques dealing days, an art nouveau copper dragon fire screen   Finding a literary agent isn’t just about writing well, it’s also about networking. The trouble is, networking is something I’m not very good at. To me, it just feels too much…

 
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