BK Duncan biography:
Born on a steam railway and brought up on the South Coast of England, such beginnings were destined to leave BK Duncan with a love of vintage transport, crashing seas, and Art Deco architecture.
Following a career encompassing developmental learning and change-management consultancy she now combines producing her own work with lecturing part-time in creative writing in colleges and academies in Cambridge and Oxford. Her two great passions are longbow archery and the Argentine Tango. Sadly, she is not nearly as accomplished at either as she’d like.
She is proud to be a Champion for the eradicating illiteracy campaign: Teach a friend to read.
BK Duncan was a finalist in The People’s Book Prize 2016 for the first novel in the May Keaps series, Foul Trade. She also writes a variety of historical novels as Ruth Wade.
Media experience includes:
BBC Radio Cambridge live interviews (x3)
Two Radio Cambridge 105 interviews (one live)
Filmed interview for Cambridge TV
BK Duncan photographs:
BK Duncan books:
Faith’s Reward. July 2014. Oak Tree Press.
Foul Trade. August 2014. Oak Tree Press.
BK Duncan book reviews: