M.T. Hill was born in 1984 and grew up in Tameside, Greater Manchester. He is the author of two novels set in a collapsing future Britain: Dundee International Book Prize 2012 finalist The Folded Man, and 2016 Philip K. Dick Award nominee Graft. He lives on the edge of the Peak District with his wife and son.
PRAISE FOR THE BREACH Hill creates a future sustained not by any appeal to likelihood, but by the pure power of his prose. He's a force, this one. He's Possessed. The Times 'Best Book of the Month' Review Top mind-bending horror. The Sunday Sport Review The Breach is a powerful novel that takes a hard look at what it means to be an individual in a world where individuality and anonymity are becoming ever harder to be. Smart and unique, this is one of those novels that have more to say about the modern world the longer you think about and has gone straight to the top of my books of the year list. Ginger Nuts of Horror This book had me hooked. From the get go I was completely intrigued Words of a Paige Review PRAISE FOR THE AUTHOR Graft is exactly what science fiction should be right now: it's brutally dark, twisted at its heart, with an incredible sense of foreboding about where we could end up if our mistakes aren't put right. Beautifully written, engagingly compulsive, it's one of the best books I've read in a long time. - James Smythe, Arthur C Clarke Award-nominated author of Way Down Dark Hill's world is tinged with a sense of foreboding in this refreshing take on a futuristic mystery. - Publishers Weekly on Graft Hill's gritty and dark prose knifes its way into the reader's subconscious. - Shoreline of Infinity I eagerly await his next work and look forward to tracing the development of his style - because I have the feeling it will be something special. - SF Signal on Graft This gorgeous, heartbreaking book will stay with you long after you finish it. M.T. Hill is a huge talent and I can't wait to see what he has in store next. - My Bookish Ways on Graft A vivid, visceral dystopia. - Tenacious Reader