William Boyd has been writing well-loved, prize-winning fiction since Penguin published A Good Man in Africa in 1981. His fiction is often a revealing excavation of an individual life and in Protobiography, Boyd turns to his own biography for inspiration, exploring his childhood in West Africa and his schooling in Scotland.
Protobiography was published as part of a series of 70 unique books celebrating Penguin's 70th birthday.
Helen Manders manages the translation rights for Protobiography
The audio rights are handled by Alice Lutyens.