Dominic Utton is a novelist, non-fiction writer and journalist.
His latest novel, Dead End Close, is published by The Odyssey Press on the Kindle Store.
His debut novel, Martin Harbottle’s Appreciation of Time, was published by Oneworld in 2014 and described as “compellingly hilarious” by the Daily Express, “unexpected and amusing… very entertaining” by The Lady, with the Irish Times declaring: “the world’s commuters have finally got their own latter-day Updike”.
He has also written several non-fiction books, including The Real Football Factories, with Danny Dyer (John Blake, 2010) and the children's book How to Go Wild (Scholastic, 2012).
His journalism has appeared in the Guardian, the Sunday Times, the News of the World, the Sun, the Telegraph, Cosmopolitan, Q, and many other newspapers and magazines.
He lives in Oxford with his wife and two children and is represented by Gordon Wise at Curtis Brown Literary Agency.