Trevor Hoyle’s novels The Man Who Travelled on Motorways, Vail and Blind Needle are published by John Calder. He was a principal contributor to the OUP Cuide to Fiction. He also writes radio drama, and his play GIGO won the Radio Times Drama Award. In 2003 his novel Rule of Night, originally published in 1975, was reissued by Pomona to critical acclaim, named as TimeOut's Book of the Week and receiving a five-star rating in The Big Issue and reviews in the Guardian and City Life. Currently he is working on a novel The Kingdom of Darkness and compiling a collection of short stories titled Hard Shoulders/Soft Verges.