Charlie Carroll is the author of:

THE FRIENDSHIP HIGHWAY: Two Journeys in Tibet, Summersdale, 2014 (published as PEAKS ON THE HORIZON in the USA, Counterpoint Press, 2015) 

NO FIXED ABODE: A Journey Through Homelessness from Cornwall to London, Summersdale, 2013

ON THE EDGE: One Teacher, A Campervan, Britain’s Toughest Schools, Monday Books, 2010

Within these books, he transforms the traditional travelogue narrative by investigating countries from an unsung or marginalised vantage point. In 2012, he won the K Blundell Trust Award for “writers under 40 who aim to raise social awareness with their writing”.

He has written for The Guardian, The Big Issue and Walk, been featured in National Geographic, Conde Nast Traveller, Wanderlust, The Telegraph, The Times, Kirkus and Publishers Weekly, been serialised in the Daily Mail and The Week, has discussed his work on BBC Radio 5Live and various local radio stations, and has appeared at a number of literary festivals across the UK.

He is currently travelling through Europe in a van called Ellie.

Twitter - @CharlieCarroll1

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