Nanou Blair Gould

author, playwright and actor

  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom

About me


I'm keen (greedy) for new experiences- it fuels my work and imagination. I am native British but spent my teen-hood in a small town in Italy where I learn the language and studied Interior design at a local art institute. Since graduating in Creative Writing in 2014, I wrote, produced and performed my play Fluff at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, which I am currently expanding for London venues as well as collaborating on a diversity screenplay and writing my novel. The Fincham Press published two of my short stories during my BA. I'm very self motivated, but sometimes working autonomously you forget that you are challenging yourself. I'm looking for some part time work; the chance to collaborate with new people, new ideas and give what I can in return.



  • Author
  • Screenwriting
  • Female
  • Film Acting
  • Short Film Acting
  • Theatre Acting
  • Creative
  • Age 18-25
  • Playwright
  • Producing for Stage
  • Organisation Skills
  • Writing Editing Skills

Work history


Freelance Writer

People per Hour

Jan 2015
  • freelance writing work.



Dub Jam

Mar 2014 - Jul 2015
  • Reggae & Rum shack in Covent Garden, London.


Playwright, Producer and Actress

Fluff, Edinburgh Free Fringe Festival

Jul 2015 - Jul 2014
  • A coming of age play I wrote set in the Scottish Highlands during World War II.



Creative Writing

Roehampton University

Aug 2011 - Jun 2014
  • Three short stories published during BA degree: Light (Roehampton Writes, 2011, online) My Lady of Shalott (Fincham Press, 2014, print) Just Games (Fincham Press, 2015, print) referees upon request.



short story publication: Just games

  • Just Games Published in short story anthology Screams and Silences, with Fincham Press, 2015, print Editor: author and senior lecturer Doctor Leone Ross


short story publication: My Lady Of Shalott

  • Published in short story anthology The Trouble with Parallel Universes, with Fincham Press, 2014, print. Editor: author and senior lecturer Doctor Leone Ross



  • winner short story competition Roehampton Writes Editor: author and senior lecturer Doctor Leone Ross