Frank Bukowski is a British writer who hides out in Norfolk, UK, where it rains 400 days a year. To keep steam on the table in tough times he's held down a day job for more years than he cares to remember at the hated UK challenger bank UK Cash Cowboys, where he runs their creative studio. Frank looks after a team of copywriters and designers who churn out oceans of junk mail and advertising. Frank loathes the bank and its ruthless management team of corporate cyborgs in human form. He describes working there as a slow death of the soul. He once likened it to a ten year prison stretch for a crime he didn't do. At weekends he gets out on parole, but Mondays come around all too quick.
Frank's escape plan involves making up stuff that makes people laugh, and selling it for money. For over a decade he's tunnelled away in secret, writing poetry and short stories when the boss wasn't looking. These finally coalesced into his magnum opus 'SEX ON THE BRAIN', an odyssey through the dark forests of one man's mind. He is also the author of 'THE SIX WIVES OF HENRY VIII', a spoof biography about the bedroom antics of the much-married Tudor philanderer, and 'REALITY TV', a magic realist novella about our worship of the trashy new God in the corner of our living rooms. His most recent book 'THE FOOTBALL AGENT' puts the boot into the narcissism, greed and corruption at the heart of the beautiful game.
Frank writes earthy literary fiction leavened with black humour, aiming for laughter in the dark. When he's not writing or banged up in Cowboys Penitentiary, he likes to watch trashy TV, mow the lawn and drink raw moonshine.