Alan Wilkinson has been a fulltime writer for thirty years. He has written several corporate histories and ghosted a dozen or more biographies and autobiographies, as well as mentoring and editing numerous other projects. His ghosted biography of Wasim Khan, Brim Full of Passion, was Wisden’s Cricket Book of the Year 2006. He has written scripts for TV (drama and documentary) and radio, as well as numerous pieces for print journalism. In 2004 he was Jack Kerouac writer in residence in Orlando Florida. In 2011 a Wingate Fellowship funded his solitary six-month retreat in the remote Nebraska Sandhills. In 2015 he was a Wurlitzer Fellow in Taos, New Mexico. In recent years he has produced three books about his travels in the USA and a pair of novels set in the Midwest. He is currently working on a memoir of an unconventional writing life.
For TLC Alan reads a broad range of non-fiction