Andrew Blackman is a former Wall Street Journal staff writer, now living in London and concentrating on writing literary fiction.
His latest novel, A Virtual Love, deals with identity in the age of social media, and is out in April 2013. His debut novel On the Holloway Road (Legend Press, 2009) won the Luke Bitmead Writer’s Bursary and was shortlisted for the Dundee International Book Prize.
His articles, essays and stories have also been published in Monthly Review, Post Road, Carillon and Smoke, and in books by Twenty Stories Publishing, Negative Press and Arachne Press, among others.
Give seminars/workshops, Provide editing services, Make personal appearances, Write for magazines/newspapers, Give talks and readings to adults, Produce material for web sites, Write reviews, Copy editing and proof-reading, Journalist and broadcaster
Literature - General & Various, Fiction, Literature - General & Various, Fiction