Christopher’s six acclaimed novels include What I Did, The Devil’s Mask, and On Cape Three Points. Born in 1970, he read English at Oxford, then worked as a farm hand, teacher and lawyer, before turning to writing full-time in 2001. As well as writing fiction, Christopher is a travel writer for The Independent. He is also the Royal Literary Fund Fellow at Bristol University and has tutored numerous creative-writing courses for Curtis Brown Creative and The Arvon Foundation.
‘Chris has been the best tutor I have encountered. I owe him a great deal.’ Quentin Smith, Six-Month Online Novel-Writing Course, Spring 2014
‘Chris taught us to be constructive, thorough and generous with our comments, as he himself was with each of us individually.’ Fynvola Le Hunte Ward, Six-Month Online Novel-Writing Course, Spring 2014
‘Chris was so approachable that I felt I could have asked him anything, at any time.’ John McCann, Six-Month Online Novel-Writing Course, Spring 2014