Carrying on with the series of interview of Timelines* authors.
Today I am interviewing Matt Killeen.
[ ©2013 to M. Killeen]
Tell us how you got involved in the Timelines project.
I’m a student at MMU doing a Masters Degree in Creative Writing for Young People…or is it children? I can never remember. I met Iris Feindt at the Manchester Children’s Book Festival where she was promoting Animal Stew, an anthology of short stories for children written by students at MMU Writing School. I thought the idea was excellent and when she proposed a second anthology, this time for young adults / older children, I jumped at the chance to be included. Continue reading