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Joined01 Nov 07
LocationEast Sussex
AboutI have been a writer and editor in various capacities over the years, including for a politics rag and a youth work journal in Edinburgh, as a managing editor for two magazines in Beirut, Lebanon, and working as an outreach journalist for the youth media charity Headliners. I was the Media & Campaigns manager for a family support charity in London for two years, and wrote regular reviews for Remotegoat for three years. I´m currently based in La Paz, Bolivia and working with Bolivian Express magazine. I enjoy writing across a range of interests - culture, social comment, politics, travel and health issues, and I am a very efficient editor. I am always looking for freelance opportunities so please get in touch on if you would like to know more. You can also check my blog at to see what I´ve been wondering about recently.
Reviews by Maddy Ryle
Roman Around, Ryan Millar, History is the best story
ZIP: Gun & Knife Crime, Powerful sign of the times
PVT. Wars, Comic and troubling Vietnam fallout
Even Greedy Bankers Deserve..., Nice idea, but no bonus
The Twenty Minute Policy, p..., Feel free to watch this
Spring Awakening, Candid and relevant but inconsistent
This is Not a Subject for C..., Hendon to Hebron, with laughs
Pandora, Woven with wit and wisdom
The Marvellous Dorians pres..., Not marvellous but certainly entertaining
Between the Fleeting Words ..., A vibrant assertion of identity
Brian Hanlon + Band Direct ..., Better if you don't speak
Still Here, Making something out of nothing
Bare Bones Nights, Four plays, brief but bittersweet
The Extraordinary Cabaret o..., Pleasurably Wildean style over substance
Me and My Friend, Bleak but very rewarding performance
Sweet Nothings, A Viennese whirl comes unstuck
The Roffle Club, Off the wall and wonderful
Lear & His Daughters, Nice idea lacks creative conviction
Woyzeck, Reaps rewards from intense effort
Storytails, Gather round and listen closely