Lucy Ella Rose is a Lecturer in Victorian Literature at the University of Surrey. She specialises in Victorian literature, art, culture and feminism (their connections and intersections), with an interest in late-Victorian creative partnerships, focusing on neglected female figures.
Diane Watt is Professor of Medieval Literature at the University of Surrey. Her main research and teaching interests are in the areas of medieval literature, women's writing, and gender and sexuality.
Zahid Aziz is a scholar and researcher with Woking Muslim Mission Heritage. He has retired from his academic work at the University of Nottingham.
Helen Hughes is Senior Lecturer in the School of Literature and Languages at the University of Surrey and publishes in German and Film Studies.
Beth Palmer in Senior Lecturer in English Literature at the University of Surrey. She has published widely on Victorian literature and culture and has research interests in Life Writing and contemporary fiction and drama.
Paul Vlitos is Associate Professor in Creative Writing at the University of Surrey. His most recent novels, People Like Her and The Club, are co-written with his wife Collette Lyons under the penname Ellery Lloyd. They have been top reads for the Richard and Judy book club and Reese Witherspoon’s book club.
Dr Carl Thompson is Reader in Romanticism at the University of Surrey. His research interests include Romantic-era poetry and fiction; travel writing across all eras, but especially in the 18th and 19th centuries; shipwreck and other maritime themes in literature; and questions of sustainability and environmentalism in relation to art, literature and aesthetics.
Graham Elliott is Tutor in English for Academic Purposes at the University of Surrey, and a member of the Chartered Institute of Linguists.
Alicia Barnes undertook her PhD on English Railways in Victorian Literature at the University of Surrey. She now works at Queen Mary, University of London.
Marion Wynne-Davies is Professor of English Literature at the University of Surrey. She is primarily known for her work on Renaissance Literature and on women writers.