|photo courtesy of Jonathan Stocks|
Mike Stocks was born in the north of England in 1965, and educated at Birmingham University. He lives in Scotland. He writes novels, poetry and translations, and has worked both as a lexicographer and as an editor for several British publishers. He is the founder-editor of Anon, the anonymous submissions poetry magazine.
His debut novel, White Man Falling, won the Goss First Novel Award. His poetry collection Folly is published by Herla, and his translations of 19th century Italian dialect poet Giuseppi Belli are published by Oneworld Classics.
He also writes thrillers under the pseudonym Mike Croft
You can find more information about Mike at: