Annie was radio dramatist, TV writer, author of travel books, children's novelist, playwright & comedy writer
She was taken from us too soon on 7 November 2016
Annie's sister Jo set up a Macmillan tribute fund
Congratulations to Jo and her friends who raised more than £15,000 for Macmillan with an epic four day Highland Way walk. You can still support them here:
My Cambodian Twin by Annie Caulfield
Annie's funny, moving travelogue around Cambodia with her 'twin' and guide Cambodian dancer Sophea Kagna
READ Jo Caulfield's introduction to book
READ the first chapter
A radio play, also called My Cambodian Twin, was broadcast BBC Radio Four May 2019
'Pick of the Week' The Observer
'Pick of the Week' Radio Four
'An uncompromising and moving paean to love, friendship and bloody-mindedness' The Times
Rebel Voices: Monologues for Women by Women: Celebrating 40 Years of Clean Break Theatre Company.
Include monologue from Annie's play for Clean Break, Didn't Die.
Annie remembers back to when she was Queen of the Birds
Annie wrote movingly, and funnily, about her Northern Irish birthplace in her book, Irish Blood, English Heart, Ulster Fry.
Here's a short extract