Andy Miller is a reader, author and editor of books. His first book Tilting at Windmills: How I Tried to Stop Worrying and Love Sport was published in 2002; his acclaimed study of the Kinks’ Village Green Preservation Society LP followed in 2004. His writing has appeared in numerous publications, including the Times, the Telegraph, the Guardian, the Idler, Esquire and Mojo. In a career spanning twenty years, he has worked with Charlie Brooker, Stewart Lee, the League of Gentlemen, Sacha Baron Cohen and Count Arthur Strong, amongst many others. He lives in Kent with his wife and son.

His new book The Year of Reading Dangerously: How Fifty Great Books (and Two Not-so-great Ones) Saved My Life was published by 4th Estate/HarperCollins in May 2014.