Roy Gill was born and lives in Edinburgh, and has a PhD from Stirling University on the topic of media fandom. He has taught English and Film at Stirling and Strathclyde, and also worked front-of-house in a theatre. He has always enjoyed writing, and has published articles, reviews and short fiction in books and journals such as Critical Quarterly, Creeping Flesh and Fractured West. In 2009/10 he won a New Writer’s Award from the Scottish Book Trust. His supernatural teen novels Daemon Parallel and Werewolf Parallel are set in a fictional version of Edinburgh.
Arrange a Visit
Would you like to arrange a visit with Roy Gill to your school, library, bookshop or festival? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help you get that set up. If you need help with funding, check to see if Roy Gill is on Scottish Book Trust’s Live Literature register.