Lee Harrison was born in Kingston-Upon-Hull, where fantastical stories and daft thoughts helped him hide from real life to survive the 80s and 90s, until Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom inspired him to study Religion at Lancaster University. This blew his mind. He negotiated his return to Hull with some short stories that were published by Route – before returning to his fantasy master-plan to write The Bastard Wonderland, which he describes as a ‘kitchen sink epic’. He currently lives in Hull with his family, works in library services, and serves as writer-in-residence for First Story at St. Mary’s College whilst trying to write another book. He has no spare time.
The Bastard Wonderland, Wrecking Ball Press, 2016
‘Submarium’ in Naked City; Route, 2004
‘Stigby’ in Next Stop Hope; Route, 2003