Charles Boyle

1951 -
country of citizenship:  United Kingdom
languages spoken, written or signed:  English
occupation:  poet, writer
award received:  Cholmondeley Award

Charles Boyle (born 1955 in Leeds) is a British poet and novelist. He also uses the pseudonyms Jack Robinson and Jennie Walker. As Walker, he won the 2008 McKitterick Prize for his novella 24 for 3.In 2012, Boyle wrote a short piece for The Times Literary Supplement in which he good-naturedly referred to vandalism of this Wikipedia biography. Source: Wikipedia (en)


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