Gemma Correll
Gemma Correll has bad eyesight. Thanks to the wonders of spectacle technology, however, she manages to hold down a full-time job as a freelance illustrator and cartoonist and bumps into things only occasionally. Her illustration clients include The Poetry Society, Macmillan and The Guardian. She also creates designs for products including greetings cards, stationery and T-Shirts and exhibits her world around the world, from China to Canada to, yes, even Belgium. Gemma lives in the self-proclaimed "Fine City" of Norwich, with her fiancé and two snorty little Pugs named Mr Pickles and Bella.

Entries by Gemma Correll

What He's Really Thinking When You're Naked

(2) Comments | Posted 23 January 2012 | (23:00)

What is he really thinking when you're naked? Well, it probably depends on who he is. If he is the ticket collector on the 14.56 to London Paddington, he's probably wondering whether he should notify the police at the next station. If he is your teenage son, he's probably too...

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How to Get What You Really Want in Bed - And Other Stories

(7) Comments | Posted 9 January 2012 | (23:00)

I'm not really a big fan of women's glossy magazines and their apparent obsession with clothes, sex and The Only Way is Essex, but I often end up flicking through them in Doctors' waiting rooms, or friends' houses, or - I admit it - furtively adding a copy of Grazia...

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