Sam Kinchin-Smith

Music and non-fiction editor

Sam Kinchin-Smith has written about politics for the New Statesman, culture for Arts Professional, music for Drowned in Sound and beer for Eat Me magazine. He has an MA in Shakespeare, primarily. He works on the theatre and performance editorial desk at Routledge publishing, which isn’t a conflict of interest, who told you that it was, they talking junk, man, junk. He’s currently editing a collection of illustrated essays about Nick Cave, which we’ll be publishing very soon, if not right now.