Roland Miles was a Drama teacher, and now sells secondhand books and art. He has an MA in Creative Writing from the University of Sussex. He has just completed a collection of short stories about the absurdities of public schools, and is seeking an agent. He is the author of Chaucer the Actor exploring how The Canterbury Tales were written by an author who enjoyed being a standup. Sales are occasionally sufficient to buy a bottle of wine. He has been shortlisted in several short story competitions. He lives in Lewes, next door but one to Tom Paine’s house.