Andrew Graves is a freelance writer and film tutor. He has appeared on TV and radio on a number of occasions, featuring on 6 Music’s Cerys Mathews Show, Inside Out and the documentary Evidently John Cooper Clarke. He has had three full poetry collections published by Burning Eye Books and has toured the country with his one person show, God Save the Teen. His first non-fiction title, Welcome to the Cheap Seats: Silver Screen Portrayals of the British Working Class, was published by Five Leaves in 2019. His most recent book, an analysis of Alice Lowe’s film Prevenge, was published by Auteur Publishing in 2022. He has just finished writing a book about A Field in England for Electric Dreamhouse.
In addition to this he regularly runs cult film-related courses at the Broadway Cinema Nottingham, where he presents Q&As and special screenings. He is a regular contributor to Scream Magazine, The Dark Side, Infinity, We Belong Dead, Arrow Films, 88 Films, 101 Films, Eureka, Second Sight and BFI.