Niall Griffiths was born in Liverpool to a Welsh/Irish/Romany lineage. He’s been a labourer, a barman, a server of fish and chips, a burglar, a farmhand, a tree feller, a factory worker and many other things too tedious to relate. Now, he’s a full-time writer, living at the foot of a mountain in mid-Wales, with seven novels published, several works of non-fiction and more short stories and radio plays and travel pieces and reviews than he cares to, or possibly even can, count.
He has won the Wales book of the year award twice: in 2004 for his fourth novel, ‘Stump’, and again in 2020 for his latest work, ‘Broken Ghost’. A film adaptation of his third novel, Kelly+Victor, won a BAFTA, and he’s now working on the screenplay for his sixth novel, ‘Wreckage’.
To find out more, see Niall’s website at: www.niallgriffiths.com