Charlie Hill

Charlie Hill is the author of several genre-defying works including a novella described by Nicholas Royle as ‘an engrossing piece that…were the author French and his readers all French, might well have been regarded as a worthy late edition to the school of existentialist literature’ and a memoir about which The Quietus said: ‘unique, beguiling… If it has literary precursors, they are Georges Perec’s or Joe Brainard’s minimal I Remember.’

Charlie lives in Birmingham. He is the author of BooksThe Space Between Things and Stuff, and the founder and director of the PowWow Festival of Writing.

I Don’t Want to Go to the Taj Mahal is published by Repeater Books in paperback and eBook.