Harrison, Melissa

Melissa Harrison is a writer, magazine sub-editor and photographer who grew up largely outdoors with her five siblings. She won the John Muir Trust’s ‘Wild Writing’ award for 2010 and her debut novel, Clay, is published by Bloomsbury. She lives in South London with her husband, Anthony, and rescue dog, Scout, and blogs about urban wildlife at www.talesofthecity.co.uk. She writes for the Guardian, Caught By The River and the Weekend FT, and has worked with the National Trust on their ‘Outdoor Childhood’ campaign.

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