Allison Livingstone




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Writing seriously since my mid-teens, I completed a BA (Hons) in Scriptwriting for Film & Television at Bournemouth University in 2000. I then worked as a freelance writer and journalist, working on scripts and articles and was Marketing and PR Director for the Bingham Cup 2004, which, at the time, was the world's largest amateur rugby tournament. I was the sports editor for the Pink Paper in 2005, and continued to contribute to lifestyle print and online media. I've written extensively on sport and equality in particular, and helped design an anti-hate crime campaign for the Rugby Football Union (RFU).

For almost six years I worked in the public sector, writing magazines (one with a readership of over 19,000 people) and creating and editing websites. I've written several novels and film scripts and I've finished my first children's book, Nanny Sheila and the Invisible Smugglers, for which I've been offered a publishing contract.

I now do the occasional piece for Cornwall Today, Cornwall's biggest, and best-selling, magazine.

For my portfolio, click here.

For examples of published work (a little out of date, sorry!), click here.