Sixth Element Publishing is a creative and dynamic design and publishing partnership based in the North East of England. We love books, we make books, we write books, we help other writers write books!
Our publishing services for authors include mentoring, editing, proofreading, typesetting, cover design, print, distribution and promotion.
We also offer a full range of design and print services, website design and hosting, and the design and production of signage and exhibition stuff. We’ve made music videos, published our own magazines and newspapers, and we screen-print tee shirts. We also host the odd art exhibition here and there.
Gillie Hatton is a writer/editor who has a PhD in geology and a background in journalism, having worked as a sub-editor and editor at several newspapers.
She writes fast-paced, action adventure military science fiction under the name CG Hatton. She has published five books in her main Thieves’ Guild sci-fi/thriller series so far, and two books in her YA Thieves’ Guild Origins series. All are available in eBook and paperback on Amazon.
Gillie also edits the Harvey Duckman series of scifi/fantasy/steampunk/horror anthologies.
She loves gallivanting to sci-fi conventions, especially Sci-Fi Scarborough, MCM London and New York Comic Con, where she is more than happy to talk to writers about their science fiction and fantasy writing and publishing options.
Gillie heads up the Tottenham Hotspur supporting half of Sixth Element. She is married with two young daughters and is currently working on the next Thieves’ Guild book.
Graeme Wilkinson is a graphic designer. He’s been writing all his life. His first novel, Screw, God and the Universe, was published in 2011, his second novel, Time, Space and A Slice Of Cake was released in 2013 and his third, The Boy at the End of the World, in 2017. All are available in eBook and paperback on Amazon.
Graeme is also a solo songwriter and musician as The Guild Of The Poor Brave Things, as well as being Dead John in The Dead Beatles.
Graeme supports Liverpool and is thus the trophy-winning half of Sixth Element. He lives with his wife and four hundred cats in Teesside.