Jules is a playwright and fiction writer based in Southern Scotland. Jules was awarded the National Library of Scotland Robert Louis Stevenson Memorial Award in 2002 and a Scottish Arts Council Bursary in 2001.
For the stage, Jules has written THE WIFE OF USHER'S WELL (Quondam), THE DEVIL ON WHEELS (Nutshell Theatre), and GORGEOUS AVATAR which was produced by the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh and is published by Nick Hern.
For radio, her work includes MACMILLAN'S MARVELLOUS MOTION MACHINE (Catherine Bailey Ltd), SMALL BLUE THING (Bona Broadcasting, BBC Radio Scotland), LIFE AN AUDIO TOUR (Catherine Bailey Ltd, BBC Radio 4), OVERDUE SOUTH (Catherine Bailey Ltd/ Traverse Theatre/BBC Radio Scotland), INNER CRITIC (BBC 7), A PLACE IN THE RAIN (BBC Radio 4, Woman's Hour) and LEFT AT THE LIGHTS (BBC Radio Scotland).
Jules' most recent play ALLOTMENT, was produced at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2011 in a production by Nutshell Theatre in conjunction with the Assembly Rooms (www.assemblyfestival.com). It was awarded a Fringe First.
She teaches creative writing as an Associate Lecturer at Open University. You can find out more about Jules at www.texthouse.net