Andrew Lowe is an author and book editor from the North of England. His writing has been published in several magazines and newspapers, including The Guardian, The Sunday Times and Men’s Health, and he’s worked in creative and digital roles with GQ, Vogue, Wired and Total Film.
He writes psychological thrillers – novels and short stories. His latest novel, The Ghost, is the story of a troubled film critic who finds himself menaced by the victim of a childhood prank.
When he’s not working on his own words, he’s fiction editor who specialises in copy editing but also offers developmental/structural work and copywriting.
In this interview we talk about the importance of the relationship between the author and editor.