Nick Hornby is an Oscar-nominated screenwriter and award-winning author. He has written eight novels including High Fidelity, About a Boy and most recently, Just Like You. His non-fiction books include 31 Songs and Fever Pitch. The Complete Polysyllabic Spree is a collection of his columns in The Believer magazine, for which he continues to write. He has written numerous award-winning screenplays for film and television, including An Education, Brooklyn, Wild and most recently, State of the Union. In 2010, Nick co-founded the children’s writing charity The Ministry of Stories in East London.
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