Simon Barnes is the multi-award-winning chief sportswriter for The Times. He is also a novelist, nature writer and horseman, and the bestselling author of a dozen books, including How to be a Bad Birdwatcher and The Meaning of Sport (Short Books). He lives in Suffolk with his family.
“One of the finest sports writers of his generation”
<em>The Mail on Sunday</em>
“ Barnes is a unique voice, always willing to challenge conventional wisdom and look for deeper meanings... ”