Imogen Lycett Green
Imogen Lycett Green is a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at the University of Southampton. She helps students with academic writing and offers one-to-one tutorials for help with writing problems. She was shortlisted for the Thomas Cook Travel Book Award for her first book, Grandmother's Footsteps. Imogen has worked as an author and journalist for nearly thirty years, writing mostly about books and writers. She has written children's fiction, columns for the Daily Telegraph, the Daily Mail and The Spectator, and has contributed to The Oldie, the Independent, UK Vogue and the Evening Standard. Imogen has a BA in Ancient History & Archaeology from Birmingham University and an MA from Sussex University in Life History Research. Imogen runs the Betjeman Prize, a national children's poetry competition, and also works in medical humanities, training GPs and running narrative workshops at Brighton Health & Wellbeing Centre.