Tim Moore (writer)
Tim Moore (born 18 May 1964 in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire) is a British travel writer and humorist. He was educated at Latymer Upper School in Hammersmith. In addition to his seven published travelogues to date, his writings have appeared in various publications including Esquire, The Sunday Times, The Independent, The Observer and the Evening Standard. He was also briefly a journalist for the Teletext computer games magazine Digitiser, under the pseudonym Mr Hairs, alongside Mr Biffo (aka comedy and sitcom writer Paul Rose.)
His book Frost On My Moustache is an account of a journey in which the author attempts to emulate Lord Dufferin's fearless spirit and enthusiastic adventuring, but comes to identify far more with Dufferin's permanently miserable butler, Wilson, as portrayed Dufferin's travel book Letters From High Latitudes.
Moore lives in Chiswick, West London with his Icelandic wife Birna Helgadóttir and their three children, Kristján, Lilja and Valdis. He is also a brother-in-law of Agnar Helgason and Asgeir Helgason, and son-in-law of Helgi Valdimarsson. His eighth book, You Are Awful (But I Like You): Travels Around Unloved Britain was released in February 2012.
- Frost on my Moustache: The Arctic Exploits of a Lord and a Loafer (1999) (ISBN 0-224-07780-5)
- Continental Drifter: Taking the Low Road with the First Grand Tourist (ISBN 0-09-947194-9) (2000) (published in the U.S. as The Grand Tour: The European Adventure of a Continental Drifter) (ISBN 0-312-30047-6)
- French Revolutions: Cycling the Tour de France (2001) (ISBN 0-09-943382-6)
- Do Not Pass Go: From the Old Kent Road to Mayfair (2002) (ISBN 0-09-943386-9)
- Spanish Steps: Travels With My Donkey (2004) (ISBN 0-09-947194-9) (published in the USA as Travels with My Donkey: One Man and His Ass on a Pilgrimage to Santiago) (ISBN 0-312-32083-3)
- Nul Points (2006) (ISBN 0-224-07780-5)
- I Believe in Yesterday: My Adventures in Living History (2008) (ISBN 0-224-07781-3)
- You are Awful (But I Like You): Travels in Unloved Britain (2012) (ISBN 0-224-09011-9)
- Moore, T., French Revolutions, as above
- AP Watt, Literary Agents: http://www.apwatt.co.uk/media/frame.asp?left=factual_left.asp?writer_id=5&right=factual_full.asp?writer_id=5 accessed 2007-09-06
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