Keith Mansfield (writer)
|Genre||Popular fiction, children's fiction, Science fiction, Young adult fiction|
|Notable works||Johnny Mackintosh and the Spirit of London, Johnny Mackintosh: Star Blaze|
Keith Mansfield, born in Scunthorpe, England in 1965, is an English writer and publisher. He is the author of the Johnny Mackintosh series of novels, has scripted several television programmes and is also the publisher for mathematics books at Oxford University Press.
Schooled in Nottingham (Nottingham High School and West Bridgford School) and studying mathematics and physics at Trinity College, Cambridge, Mansfield's work is notable for the way it weaves scientific ideas and concepts into the general narrative. Mansfield lives in Spitalfields, London and is the recipient of a Hawthornden Fellowship. His novels have been translated into Dutch and Norwegian.
- Johnny Mackintosh and the Spirit of London (Quercus, 2008)
- Johnny Mackintosh: Star Blaze (Quercus, 2010)
- Johnny Mackintosh: Battle for Earth (Quercus, 2011)
-  An interview with Mansfield for BFK Books
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