Rose MacLennan Craig
Rosie Craig went to Edinburgh University where she got an MA in English. She then worked for the publishers Methuen in London and Oliver & Boyd in Edinburgh. Later she branched out into journalism on The London County Council newspaper and for five years was art critic to The Arts Review in London. At present she writes for literary magazines and has won several awards including competitions in Understanding Magazine in Edinburgh.
Her adaptation of the novella by J.M. Barrie, Farewell Miss Julie Logan, was produced at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2005, and played to full houses at Greyfriars Kirk House, before touring in Scotland in 2005 and 2006. Her adaptations and original drama formed a major part of Violet Jacobís Voices of Angus, which ran very successfully at The House of Dun, near Montrose, in November 2006.
She was most recently involved in The Mythmakers about the unexpected friendship between Scott of the Antarctic and J.M. Barrie, author of Peter Pan, which has recently run in London's West End and in the New York Fringe Festival. She has adapted this play with Richard White as a radio production. She is a partner with Richard White in Celtic Circle.