Sue Glover was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and, apart from two years in London and one year in the south of France, has always lived, with her family, on the east coast of Scotland. She writes for radio, television and theatre. Bondagers received the London Weekend TelevisionÕs Plays on Stage Award and was the hit of the 1995 Edinburgh Festival, traveling to London, Canada and Hungary. There have also been American, Finnish and Irish productions and French and Finnish translations. Other theatre work includes: The Seal Wife, The Bubble Boy, An Island in Largo, The Straw Chair, Sacred Hearts and Artist Unknown. Television work includes: The Spaver Connection, The Bubble Boy and Madame Montand & Mrs. Miller. Glover has written the screenplay for Bondagers, and another (still untitled) about the Glasgow artist Bessie MacNicol, set in and around the Glasgow School of Art, during the time of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. She is now working on a commission for the Royal National Theatre Studio (working title: Kinder).