Robert Grossmith is a UK writer, born 1954 and based near Norwich. His short stories have been widely published, including in The Time Out Book of London Short Stories, The Best of Best Short Stories and The Penguin Book of First World War Stories. He has also published a novel about lucid dreaming, The Empire of Lights (Hamish Hamilton, 1990), and a comedy romance about philosophy, The Year of Living Philosophically (MTP, 2020), as well as poems, scholarly articles and book reviews. He has a BA in Philosophy & Psychology and a PhD on Vladimir Nabokov and worked for many years as a bilingual dictionary editor at HarperCollins Publishers.

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