Megan Angharad Hunter is a writer, screenwriter and musician from Penygroes, Dyffryn Nantlle, in north Wales. Since receiving a degree in Welsh and Philosophy in 2022, she has been working as a freelance writer, writing mainly for children and young people through the medium of Welsh and English. She has written two novels for young adults: tu ôl i’r awyr (behind the sky), her debut novel was published in 2020 before winning the Welsh Book of the Year Award, and Cat was published as part of the award-winning Y Pump series. She won the Urdd Eisteddfod Crown 2020/21 and has experience in the television industry. More recently, she co-ordinated a creative writing course for writers d/Disabled with poet Bethany Handley, and in 2023 was given the opportunity by Literature Across Frontiers to contribute towards the Mathrubhumi International Festival of Letters before discussing accessibility in the publishing industry at this year's London Book Fair. The dominant themes in her work are mental health, d/Disability and sexuality and she is currently working on a sci-fi novel for children. She also volunteers regularly with Llamau, a charity that provides a helpline for young people experiencing homelessness.
Rebecca Wilson is a Jewish Welsh writer. Her work has been commissioned the Sherman Theatre, Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru, Theatr Clwyd, Arad Goch and Young Pleasance Company. She co-wrote the episode "Terfysg" for Hei Hanes for Cwmni Da/S4C and co-wrote the short film "Don't You Want Me, Baby?" for Sisu Productions Films. Her latest show based on her Jewish cousin Florence Waren, "Showgirls & Spies" will be playing at the Edinburgh Fringe 3-13th August at the King Dome, Pleasance.