Richard Taylor (British writer)
Taylor lives in Ranmoor, Sheffield with his wife and daughter (born 2001). He is a partner specialising in technology and intellectual property at law firm DLA Piper in Sheffield, and until 2012 was the IP/IT columnist for the Law Society Gazette.
Writings and presenting
His book How to Read a Church has sold over 100,000 copies and been translated into five languages. He is the writer and presenter of the six-part BBC Four series Churches: How to Read Them broadcast in September and October 2010. Since 2014 he has been a guest presenter for BBC Songs of Praise presenting items on authors and churches including Chaucer, Shakespeare and Austen.
- How to Read a Church. A guide to images symbols and meanings in churches and cathedrals, Rider, 2003 ISBN 1-84413-053-3
- How to Read a Church. Illustrated Edition, Rider, 2004 ISBN 1-84413-238-2
- How to Read an English Garden, Ebury, 2006 (co-author with Andrew Eburne) ISBN 0-09-190900-7
- How to Read a Church. Pocket Guide, Rider, 2007 ISBN 1-84604-073-6
- Secrets of The National Archives: The stories behind the letters and documents of our past, Ebury, 2014 ISBN 978-0091943356
- Taylor, Richard (2003). How to Read a Church, author biography. Rider, London. ISBN 1-84413-053-3.
- Dawes, Martin. "Fun and Not 'Churchy'", The Star, Sheffield, August 31, 2010.
- see for example http://www.lawgazette.co.uk/in-practice/itip-google-and-brand-searches
- Bond, Chris. "Here beginneth the first lesson... how to unlock the secrets of our churches", Yorkshire Post, Leeds, August 30, 2010.
|This article about a writer or poet from the United Kingdom is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|