photo: Micaela Cianci


Trevor Morris was born in London to second-generation Jewish immigrants. He graduated from the London School of Economics before becoming a journalist. On the way to the publishing industry he worked as a trucker and a motorcycle messenger before earning a living as a writer, in news and for national music papers. He then spent the bulk of his professional career as an editor in London’s West End and Soho, helping to create and produce a host of globally successful non-fiction, illustrated books and magazines.

He is the author of two short stories and three novels, the latest of which is to be published later this year.

Trevor lives in London beside the River Thames, having recently lost his wife, the daughter of the late Cuban author Guillermo Cabrera-Infante, to leukaemia. Luckily, he has five very supportive children, six grandchildren and a seventh on the way.

Trevor loves hearing from readers, so please feel free to contact him.