Felicity McCall

About Felicity McCall

A BBC staff journalist for twenty years during the Northern Ireland conflict, Felicity McCall began the millennium as a full-time writer as well as an occasional broadcaster, arts facilitator and actor.Publications include fiction, non-fiction, plays and a graphic novel, and she has contributed to a number of anthologies. The co-founder and director of two theatre companies, she has had twelve plays staged professionally and four screenplay credits. Felicity has won the Tyrone Guthrie Award for stage and screenplay and was nominated for two Meyer Whitworth Awards and two Irish Playwrights’ and Screenwriters’ Guild Awards for best new play. Felicity is the Ireland officer for the miscarriage of justice lobby group Portia, and she continues to live and write in Derry and Donegal.Large Mammals, Stick Insects and Other Social Misfits is her first book for teenagers.