Tom Bullough is the author of four novels – most recently Addlands, a story of seventy years on a Radnorshire hill farm, which was received to great acclaim in the UK and the US and, among other plaudits, was the subject of a sermon in Westminster Abbey. His work has been translated into nine languages. At present Tom is working on his fifth book, Sarn Helen – a non-fiction study of Welsh history and the climate crisis – which will be published by Granta in 2022. Among other jobs, he has worked as a screenwriter, a sawmiller, a tractor driver, a university fellow, a Rough Guides contributor and a Zimbabwean music promoter. He lives in the Brecon Beacons.