Isabel started with Mslexia in 1999, just after the publication of the first issue, when the Mslexia office was a garret flat in Jesmond (yes, really). Mslexia has moved three times since, occupying a top-floor garret office near the city wall, with cinders for insulation underneath the floor boards, and rooms in a building with a prison tower which dates back to 1291 and which had been a Friary, an ancient almshouse, a soup kitchen, and a museum in its former lives – before settling, for the moment, in its current home in a Georgian Terrace, the birth place of Cardinal Basil Hume.
Isabel is currently...
Reading The same book for the last 12 months
Writing Mslexia’s first set of accounts for Charity Commission
Passionate about Cycling
Channelling The ghost of her tenacious terrier General
Desperately seeking A drinkable non-alcoholic beverage