Kester teaches Mathematics part-time in a south London school, and divides the rest of his time between writing on theology, technology, education and philosophy, and looking after his two children.
An accomplished poet, he also writes on education for a national weekly and is a consultant for the BBC. He has had two non-fiction books published in the last year or two, one on complexity and social change, the other on our relationship with 'the other.' Combining philosophy, sociology and theology, these have provided the background to his first novel, which is just being polished and readied for distribution to agents. Go on - get in touch!