Kevin Crossley-Holland is a Carnegie Medal and Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize winning author best known for his Arthur trilogy (The Seeing Stone, At The Crossing Places and King of the Middle March) published by Orion, which have been translated into 25 languages and sold over 2 million copies. He is the author of the classic retelling of Beowulf and The Penguin Book of Norse Myths and is a well-known poet and Anglo-Saxon translator. Heartsong, a story of an orphan tutored by Vivaldi in Venice, was published in October 2015 by Orchard.
Kevin is working on a children’s collection of Norse Myths for Walker. A collector’s edition of his Norse Myths was published in 2015 by The Folio Society.