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Caitlín  Matthews

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Caitlín Matthews

John & Caitlin Matthews are one of the most successful writing teams in the world. Together and separately they have published over 100 books and continue to collaborate on numerous projects.

Caitlin is a writer and singer. She is the author of over 50 books, including the best selling 'Barefoot Book of Princesses' (Barefoot Books, 2002), How to be a Princess (Carlton 2007), and Fireside Tales (Barefoot 2008). She wrote 'The Song of the Exiles' for Jerry Bruckheimer's King Arthur (2004) and developed the Pictish language module used in the same film. Her latest book is 'King Arthur's Raid on the Underworld' (Gothic Image, 2008). She makes frequent appearances on Radio and TV as an expert on Celtic mythology and spirituality.

John has been a full time writer since 1980 and has produced over ninety books on the Arthurian Legends and the history of Piracy, as well as short stories and a number of successful Children's books. His best known and most widely read works are the No 1 New York Times best seller 'Pirates' (Carlton/Atheneum 2006), and 'The Winter Solstice' (Quest Books, 1999) which won the Benjamin Franklin Award for that year. His book 'Celtic Warrior Chiefs' was a New York Public Library recommended title for young adults. He recently founded his own movie production company, Mythwood Films.

Together the Matthews created Storyworld, a best selling line of Story telling kits to help people of all ages rediscover the enchantment of telling stories. They are working on several new books and screenplays.

 
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