Welcome to the official website of Anton Gill, writer and author.
Anton Gill, an English Literature graduate of Clare College, Cambridge, has been a freelance writer since 1984, specialising in European contemporary history but latterly branching out into historical fiction.
He has been translated and published worldwide, and is the winner of the H H Wingate Award for non-fiction for his study of survivors of the Nazi concentration camps, “The Journey Back From Hell”.
He has also worked extensively in radio and television and has several plays and scripts to his credit.
To contact Anton, please go to his Literary Agents; details can be found on the contact page of this site.
He’s interested in whale conservation, and has been since long before it became fashionable – he has worked for Friends of the Earth as a volunteer, and remains a member of Greenpeace.
Outside work and travel, he enjoys are cooking, looking at paintings (from Giotto to Jackson Pollock and beyond), and playing the clarinet (badly). He paints a bit and draws cartoons, but only for his own amusement, as he’s pretty bad at them too.