Alexander Frater Biography
Alexander Frater is an Australian travel writer and journalist who has contributed to various UK publications - Miles Kington
called him 'the funniest man who wrote for Punch since the war' - and as
chief travel correspondent of the Observer, he won an unprecedented
number of British Press Travel Awards. His books include Stopping-Train Britain, Beyond the Blue Horizon, and Tales from the Torrid Zone, which is in part an autobiography discussing his childhood in Vanuatu. He lives in London.
This biography was last updated on 07/12/2011.
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