Helen Cox is a UK author. She made her on-screen debut in The Krankies in 1990. Given the choice, her Mastermind topic would be Grease 2 and when someone asks her if she is a god she says 'yes.' Oh, you want to know about her books? Best click some of the links below.
She has since written editorial for TV, radio, websites, magazines and blogs providing commentary on a range of topics including film, literature, travel and feminism. The publications she has written for include The Guardian, The Spectator, movieScope Magazine and Film4.Com. She is also a qualified teacher and an experienced lecturer in English, film and media.
For five years, Helen edited an independent magazine called New Empress Magazine and has since written several non-fiction volumes. Helen’s first non-fiction book: True Love is Like the Loch Ness Monster (and other lessons I’ve learnt from film) was published in 2012. Her second non-fiction book: Fading Ads of London was published in March 2014 closely followed by her third non-fiction book: The Girl On The Bridge: The Tees Transporter.
Anybody wishing to get in touch with Helen regarding writing opportunities should contact her agent Joanna Swainson at Hardman & Swainson.