Stephanie Cross is a journalist, critic and ghostwriter. She studied English at Emmanuel and Selwyn Colleges, Cambridge, and reviews regularly for the Daily Mail and Observer.
She is also a frequent contributor to BBC Countryfile magazine.
Andrew Michael Hurley won the Costa First Novel Award with his atmospheric evocation of horror The Loney, and Robert Macfarlane captured a nation’s imagination with both his exceptional book The Old Ways and his astonishing essay for The Guardian on The English Eerie. Here they discuss the conjunction of fact and fiction, a contemporary take on this phenomenon.