Michael Kineman is an Anglo-American, born in the Midwestern United States but raised and educated in the British West Midlands. During his twenties, Michael worked in human rights law and taught English in the Far East before studying creative writing at the University of East Anglia. Memory, third-culture identity and religious doubt are common themes in his writing. He is currently at work on his first book, The Fields We Used to Roam.
His article ‘American Boys Are Fast But Not As Fast As Ginger Boys’ appears in Hinterland Issue 1.