Having had his first breaks as a professional writer for TV and radio in his early 20s, Christopher Neilan wrote his first novel Abattoir Jack aged 23, influenced by modern American writers (Coupland, Palahniuk, Hunter S Thompson) and a background in film. He’s worked as a creative producer for a market leading TV network, filled every position on short film shoots from grip to lighting director to writer/director, and divides his time between film criticism, screenwriting and other prose projects. He holds a Masters degree in Screenwriting from the University of the Arts London, and his short stories have appeared in Tall Tales magazine and at Authortrek.com.
Contrary Life – read their interview with Christopher Neilan
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