Margaret Callaghan

Margaret Callaghan has a BSc and PhD from the University of Glasgow and worked as a Policy Advisor for HM Treasury before moving into social research. She has a Masters degree in creative writing and her fiction has been published in a variety of literary magazines. She lives in Barcelona and likes Guardian Soulmates. Adrian Searle is a graduate of the University of Edinburgh and has a Masters in creative writing from the University of Glasgow. He is author of the architectural photography book Look Up Edinburgh, and co-author with David Barbour of Look Up Glasgow and Look Up London. His humour book 101 Uses of a Dead Kindle, with illustrator Judith Hastie, won two Scottish Design Awards while If Dogs Could Swear was also nominated for an award. He co-founded and edited the award-winning literary magazine Gutter. He works in design and publishing and his journalism has been published in broadsheet newspapers and magazines. Adrian met his partner on Plenty of Fish.