Mike Morris is a founder member of Writing on the Wall and has a background in community activity, in education - working as a Learning Mentor in Anfield CC School, and film-making as a writer on Dockers (Channel 4, 2000), and as co-director and producer of a ground-breaking documentary, Liverpool’s Cunard Yanks (Granada, 2008). He studied Literature & American Studies at Liverpool John Moores University and has an MA in Creative Writing. His first play, Waiting for Brando, is being staged in Liverpool in 2012. Mike initiated WoW's Pulp Idol competition and is responsible for the editing and publishing of WoW's annual Pulp Idol - Firsts (a book of the finalists’ First Chapters) both in hard copy and in Kindle, the Liverpool Young Writers project, and is leading WoW's project to establish The Writing Bloc. Mike Morris is currently directing the George Garrett Archive Project, curating a book, short film and installation.
Rosa Murdoch joined WoW in 2013 after graduating with a BA Hons in music from LIPA. Although she started as the Social Media Co-ordinator, over her time with WoW she has now taken on the role of designer creating books for Pulp Idol, What's Your Story? and The George Garrett Archive Project as well as a commissioned biography. Rosa has also hosted and produced a WoW radio show.
Chanel Scott-Jeffers graduated from the University of Liverpool with a degree in English Literature and Language and is part of the WoW team as our Festival Assistant. Chanel has helped us put together our best festival yet with a key role in organising our inpirational Top Girls series.