Sue Limb is a writer and broadcaster specialising in comedy. She wrote the column Dulcie Domum’s Bad Housekeeping for The Guardian for thirteen years and was also a columnist for Good Housekeeping. Currently she writes a column for the regional magazine Cotswold Life.
Her novels for adults include Up the Garden Path, Sheep’s Eyes and Hogwash, Enlightenment and Passion Fruit. A series of YA comic novels (Girl, 15, Charming but Insane – and many others) have been published in more than twenty countries. She adapted her novel Up the Garden Path as comedy series for TV and radio.
Other radio series include The Wordsmiths at Gorsemere, Four Joneses and a Jenkins, The Sit-Crom, and Alison and Maud. In recent years she has been focussing on her comic romp Gloomsbury, lampooning the Bloomsbury group, which has run to five series on BBC Radio 4. Currently she is working on more comedy ideas for radio and TV with Betsy Vriend, including a second series of the dark comedy Skeletons in the Cupboard starring Alison Steadman, Morwenna Banks and Nigel Planer.