Felicity McCall is an Irish journalist, writer and broadcaster whose 21 published works include novels, non-fiction, plays, a graphic novel and anthologies.
Her plays have been professionally produced in the UK, Ireland, US and Australasia; her awards include the UK National Lottery Award for Heritage 2011, for 'We Were Brothers', two Epic Ireland awards in 2013 for 'Every Bottle has a Story to Tell' two Meyer Whitworth nominations, for No Goodbyes (2008) and 'We Were Brothers' (2010), and the Tyrone Guthrie Scriptwriting Award (2006/7). Most are based on historical fact or social activism.
Her screenplay credits include 'Agnes',(Ambient Light/GSCA 2006), the life of the Irish nursing pioneer Agnes Jones, and 'Jam' (Brassneck Productions). McCall is also a director and founding member of theatre groups 'Handful Productions' and 'Postscript', and founder of Derry Writers' Group. Formerly Ireland officer for the miscarriage of justice lobby group, Portia, she serves on the Irish Executive of the National Union of Journalists.