Paul Laity is non-fiction books editor at the Guardian. Before joining the Guardian, Paul was a senior editor at the London Review of Books. In addition to his regular pieces for the Guardian, he has written for the London Review of Books, New Statesman, Daily Telegraph, FT, Vogue, National Geographic and CabinetMagazine. He has also judged the Samuel Johnson (now Baillie Gifford) Non-Fiction Prize, the Costa Biography Prize and the Orwell Prize for Political Writing. His book Cranks is forthcoming from Penguin Press.
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