Bob Hill is a blogger, essayist, reviewer, poet, fiction writer and creative writing teacher.
Bob was born at the back end of the 60s in Park Royal Hospital, Willesden to a signwriter Father and a Mother with a knitting habit.
His earliest memory is cutting his head open at the age of four whilst playing in the garages at the bottom of the estate he lived on in Chesham, Bucks.
A childhood, teens and 20s growing up in Banbury, Oxfordshire gave him his lifelong friends, a desire for travel and an ability to drink.
Bob now lives in Bournemouth and lectures in an FE College. His background in mixing both plaster and mortar acting as the bedrock for his academic attainment at Bournemouth, Portsmouth and Oxford Universities.
His favourite colour is cornflower blue, favourite city is Paris and he has a burning ambition to learn Yiddish and the Ukelele
Bob Hill has just finished his new anthology 'Jack Hughes is Dead' which is now available by going to the Books and Anthologies page.