|Full name||Angela Neustatter|
I have over two decades experience writing for newspapers and magazines, writing books, delivering talks, editing publications and teaching journalism. My full time employers in this country have been the Sunday Telegraph and The Guardian. I left full-time employment to work more flexibly when my children were born and have since freelanced for most of the serious broadsheets regularly; I have edited YoungMinds Magazine, concerned with young people's mental health issues and before this a magazine for Unicef on development issues. I have written seven books on abortion, feminism, dealing with mid-life, children in prison etc. and I have written two series of young people's books, based on interviews with young people, on issues affecting their mental wellbeing for the publisher Franklin Watts/Hachette. I have taught journalism at the London College of Printing and London College of Fashion.
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing, Editing, Radio|
|Last updated||21-11-2012 17:21|
I am a mother of two grown sons. I own a property in Italy and speak passable Italian. Also German, some French, some Dutch.
My interests are theatre, cinema, literature, art, stained glass.
I was educated at the pioneer progressive school Summerhill and have written about the impact of this.
I am currently researching a historical memoir.
I live in North London. Trendy Islington to be precise.....