Matt Haig Biography
Matt Haig's writing has appeared in The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The
Independent, and The Sydney Morning
Herald. The Dead Fathers Club was
his American debut but his second
published novel following The Last
Family in England (2004), a
reworking of Henry IV, Part I from the
point of view of a black Labrador named
Shadow Forest, his first book for
children, was published in the UK in May
2007; and in the USA as Samuel Blink
and the Forbidden Forest in June
His next book for adults was The Possession of Mr Cave in May 2008, followed by The Radleys.
He now lives in Leeds but grew up in
Newark-on-Trent, where he went to a
school much like Philip's in The Dead
This biography was last updated on 08/05/2011.
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