Rebecca Stott is a novelist, broadcaster and historian. She has written several books of creative non-fiction including Darwin and the Barnacle, Darwin’s Ghosts and most recently a memoir, In the Days of Rain, which won the Costa Biography Prize 2017. Rebecca is Professor of Literature and Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia; and is currently writing a novel set in the ruins of sixth-century Londinium. She lives in Norwich.
Her story, ‘The Fall’, appears in Hinterland Issue 1.