Christopher Wilson is the author of several novels, including - Gallimauf's Gospel, Baa, Blueglass, Mischief, Fou, The Wurd, The Ballad of Lee Cotton, Nookie, and The Zoo. His work has been translated into several languages, adapted for the stage, long-listed for the Booker Prize, and twice shortlisted for the Whitbread Fiction Prize.
Chris completed a published Ph.D. on the psychology of humour at The London School of Economics, worked as a research psychologist at UCL, The London Hospital and The Arts Council, and lectured for ten years at Goldsmiths, London University. He has taught creative writing in prisons, at university and for The Arvon Foundation.
He is currently writing a novel and a non-fiction book on the semiotics of the body. He lives in North London.