Edwin Page Quotes
“small pasture where corn was grown for flour and chicken feed visible through the trunks east of his position. The open spaces between the trees were as cauldrons of heat where the foliage was brown, the heads of grasses bowed to the ground as if praying for rain. He stopped in the shade and adjusted the straps of the wood and cloth basket”
- Born: in Cambridge, The United Kingdom.
- Description: With over seventy books published since 2005, British writer Edwin Page (or Ed Page as he's known to readers of his comedy fiction) is one of the most prolific authors of the early 21st Century.
Known largely for his historical fiction, he is the author of the widely acclaimed Where Seagulls Fly. He has also written a number of popular stories relating to slavery in the U.S. These include The Hanging Tree, Runaway and Oona.
Edwin Page has a 1st Class degree in Film & Literary Studies and has had numerous short stories, articles and poems published in a variety of publications. Born and bred near Cambridge, he went to university in Plymouth and Carlisle, and now lives in western Cornwall.