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 Annie Caulfield left us too soon on Monday 7th November 2016.

Annie had been battling against serious illness for some time. Despite this she kept working and writing and laughing until the end.

She is much missed by her partner, family, friends, colleagues and people who love
funny, perspective and wise books and plays
Annie was a Fellow of the RLF. Her RLF friends Emma Darwin and Kona Macphee created this audio tribute to Annie.

Annie sometimes wrote for Standard Issue magazine. Annie's sister Jo has written her own moving tribute
Dusty Won't Play, Annie's play about Dusty Springfield has been adapted for the stage at the Oran Mor in Glasgow which won rave reviews and full houses in February 2017
You can still listen to Annie's radio play Glass Chair Chair Glass on BBC Radio 4 Extra 
Check in here regularly for updates on plans to keep Annie's wonderful work alive

Annie published four travel books and broadcast from destinations ranging from Australia to Zanzibar. 
She has written drama and comedy for film and television, award winning plays for theatre and radio. And line after line of stand up comedy.
She won a Race In The Media award for her radio play After You've Gone, starring Lenny Henry and Clarke Peters, and a Peggy Ramsay Bursary for her stage work.
"Annie Caulfield is a remarkable traveller. Moving, witty and sexy." Dawn French reviewing Annie's middle eastern travel memoir Kingdom of the Film Stars

"Warm, witty and winning." Sunday Times

"She makes you laugh. A lot." The Independent