Holly Wales is a UK-based illustrator. Her work explores a variety of subjects, pushing colour marker pens to their limits. Holly works with text and multiple layers of colour to deconstruct forms and produce dynamic compositions. Her client list includes Bloomberg, Deutsche Bank, The Wall Street Journal, Men's Health, National Geographic, Byron Hamburgers, The Huffington Post, the V&A, Urban Outfitters, Wired and GQ Deutschland. Between 2008 and 2013 she illustrated a weekly column for The New York Times Magazine. Holly has also taught on several illustration courses around the UK including Central St Martins, Winchester School of Art, Camberwell College of Arts, Falmouth University and Brighton University.
Alice Walker won the Pulitzer prize and the American Book Award for The Color Purple. She is the author of many bestselling novels, essays and collections of poetry including Meridian, By the Light of My Father's Smile and The Third Life of Grange Copeland.Visit Alice Walker's official website at: alicewalkersgarden.com
Graham Walker has co-authored two previous books about Rangers as well as writing a number of books on Scottish and Irish history and politics.
Jim Wallis is a bestselling author, renowned speaker and preacher, public theologian, and international commentator on life, faith and politics. He has written eight books, including God's Politics: Why the Right Gets It Wrong and the Left Doesn't Get It, The Great Awakening and The Call to Conversion.
Chistopher A Walsh
Christopher A Walsh is an award-winning political journalist with the NT NEWS. A native of Canada, his work has appeared in a variety of publications there, covering everything from the east coast carnival to politics across the country. His first book, UNDER THE ELECTRIC SKY, was an Atlantic Book Award finalist for Best Literary Non-fiction. From the carnival of Canada to the circus of NT politics, he is currently based in Darwin.
Guy Walters is the author of three bestselling wartime thrillers The Traitor, The Leader and The Occupation, all of which have been published in USA, Holland, Japan and France. He co-edited The Voice for War, an anthology of Second World War memoirs. He was a journalist on The Times for eight years and regularly contributes to the Daily Mail.Guy Walters was a journalist on The Times for eight years, travelling around the world and reporting on a wide variety of subjects. He is married to the author Annabel Venning and they have one son. He is also the co-editor of THE VOICE OF WAR, an anthology of World War Two memoirs.
Guy Walters was a journalist on The Times for eight years, travelling around the world and reporting on a wide variety of subjects. He is married to the author Annabel Venning and they have one son. He is also the co-editor of THE VOICE OF WAR, an anthology of World War Two memoirs.
Lyn Waring lives in Cottesloe, Western Australia.
Born in Victoria, Australia in 1969, Shane Warne emerged in the early 1990s as a bowler whom many would now consider the greatest spinner of all time. He made his test debut against India at Sydney in 1991-2. By the end of 1996, he had dismissed Gooch, Atherton, Stewart and Thorpe, England's leading batsmen, six times each in 11 Tests. He currently plays for Hampshire.
Born in 1948, Neil Warnock has enjoyed a long career in football. His 11-year career as a player saw him make 326 appearances for clubs including Scunthorpe United, Barnsley, York City, and Crewe. He began his managerial career at Burton Albion in 1981 and has since managed Gainsborough Trinity, Scarborough, Notts County, Huddersfield Town, Plymouth Argyle, Oldham Athletic and Bury. He managed Sheffield United from 1999 to 2007.
John Waters is an American filmmaker, actor, writer and visual artist best known for his cult films, including Hairspray, Pink Flamingos and Cecil B. DeMented. He is also the author of a memoir, Role Models. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland.
Kathy Watson graduated from Oxford in 1985 with a degree in English. Since then, she has worked as a journalist, mainly for women's magazines. She is currently editor of Women's Realm. She swims three to four times a week and still daydreams of swimming the Channel.
Peter Watson was born in 1943 and educated at the universities of Durham, London and Rome. He was deputy editor of New Society and spent four years as part of the 'Insight' team of The Sunday Times. He was New York correspondent of The Times and has written for the Observer, The New York Times, Punch and The Spectator. He is the author of thirteen books and has presented several television programmes about the arts. Since 1998 he has been a Research Associate at the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, at the University of Cambridge.
David Watson was an internationally renowned and much-loved preacher and writer. He played a large part in the renewal ministry and was latterly based at St. Michael-le-Belfry, York.
Victor W Watton
Victor Watton is an experienced author of General Studies, Citizenship and RE textbooks. He has had many years experience as a senior examiner.
Marcus Weeks is the author of the hugely successful Philosophy in Minutes, Psychology in Minutes and Politics in Minutes. He has written numerous other books and contributed to prestigious reference works such as The Philosophy Book, the Millennium Encyclopedia and the Definitive Visual Guide series.
George Weigel is a New York Times bestselling author and one of the world's leading authorities on the Catholic Church. Weigel is Distinguished Senior Fellow of Washington's Ethics and Public Policy Center and lives in North Bethesda, Maryland.
CHRISSIE WELLINGTON is the world-record holder for ironman-distance triathlon. She is a four-time Ironman Triathlon World Champion, having won the World Championship consecutively in 2007, 2008 and 2009 and regaining it in 2011. She remains undefeated over the Ironman distance.
Tony Whieldon has been fishing since boyhood. He grew up in an area of trout streams and country estate lakes, so it is hardly surprising that he was bitten by the fishing bug so early. His favourite pursuits include fly fishing for trout, float fishing for roach and tench and trying to outwit grey mullet. Over the years, he has produced a wealth of illustrations for fishing magazines and books as well as privately commissioned paintings.
Jim White writes on sport for the DAILY TELEGRAPH, presents Scottish Television's Champions' League coverage and is movie critic of WORD magazine.Jim White was brought up in Manchester, educated at Manchester Grammar School and on the terraces of Old Trafford. After a degree in English at Bristol University, he became a freelance magazine writer specialising in pop music, before joining the launch team at the INDEPENDENT in 1986. Ten years later he decamped to the GUARDIAN, before taking a right turn to the TELEGRAPH in 2003. He has worked extensively for both BBC Radio 4 and Radio 5 (winning a Sony Gold Award in 2001) and for BBC television (including a stint as reporter on BBC2's Travel Show) and has written and presented a number of television documentaries, including an RTS-nominated examination of the Jose Mourinho 'phenomenon'. He has also published several books about football issues, including the award-winning ARE YOU WATCHING, LIVERPOOL?, the inside story of Manchester United's 1993-94 season.