Pete May is the author of many successful books including Whovian Dad, The Joy of Essex, There’s A Hippo In My CisternHammers in the Heart, West Ham: Irons in the Soul, Sunday Muddy Sunday and Rent Boy: How One Man spent 20 Years Falling off The Property Ladder.

As a journalist he has written for the Guardian, the Observer, the Independent, the Daily Telegraph, New Statesman, Loaded,  Midweek, Time Out and numerous other publications.

Pete is an associate lecturer in sports journalism at the London College of Communication.
Once an Essex Man, he now lives in London with his wife, two daughters, a dog named Vulcan and a large collection of West Ham programmes and Doctor Who dvds.

Pete May’s latest book is Man about Tarn – How a Londoner Learned to love the Lake District.