Andrew Key

Andrew Key is a writer, care worker, and reader based in Sheffield, England. His first novel, Ross Hall, which is about Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s exile to England and paranoid breakdown, was published by Grand Iota in March 2022. He’s currently at work on a second novel, a rewriting of Euripides’s Bacchae, about climate change and madness.

Andrew once saw a ghost in the middle of the afternoon, just walking around as if there was nothing unusual about that.
The last book he recommended was Arthur Machen’s The Great God Pan and Other Stories.
A film that reminds him of childhood is Nicolas Roeg’s The Witches (1990).

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