Alan Wall

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Alan Wall is a British novelist and short story writer.


Wall was born in Bradford and studied at the University of Oxford. After a variety of jobs, he became a full-time writer in his forties.[1] In addition to his work as a professional author, he has developed a career teaching creative writing with posts at Liverpool John Moores University, the University of Birmingham and the University of Chester. He is also a published poet and critic.[2]


  • Curved Light (1994)
  • Bless the Thief (1997)
  • Silent Conversations (1998)
  • The Lightning Cage (1999)
  • The School of Night (2001)
  • China (2003)
  • Sylvie's Riddle (2008)
  • Badmouth (2014)


  1. ^ Nick Rennison (2005). Contemporary British novelists. Routledge. pp. 172–. ISBN 978-0-415-21708-8. Retrieved 19 May 2013. 
  2. ^ Staff page at University of Chester

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