Robert Winder
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Robert Winder

Robert Winder, formerly literary editor of The Independent for five years and Deputy Editor of Granta magazine during the late 1990s, is the author of Hell for Leather, a book about modern cricket, a book about British immigration, and also two novels ("Biographical Notes" 73) as well as many articles and book reviews in British periodicals. Winder is a team member of the Gaieties Cricket Club, whose chairman was Harold Pinter.[1]


  • No Admission. Penguin Crime Fiction ser. Penguin Group (USA), 1990. (Paperback rpt.) ISBN 0-14-009324-9 (10) ISBN 978-0-14-009324-7 (13).
  • The Marriage of Time and Convenience. Fontana Press, 1988. ISBN 0-00-617588-0 (10). ISBN 978-0-00-617588-9 (13).
  • The Final Act of Mr. Shakespeare. Little, Brown, 2010. ISBN 978-1-4087-0206-2.
Selected book reviews
  • "A Dying Game". New Statesman, 19 June 2000. ("Why would a cricketer commit suicide? Robert Winder reads the lives of three great former players and is bewildered by their self-absorption and petty obsessions.")
Selected editorials for Granta
  • Granta 58: Ambition. (Contents from the archive; Winder's "Editorial" is not available online.)


  1. ^ Robert Winder and Ian Smith, "More Team Members" (page 3), "Cricket" sec.,, accessed 1 November 2007.


External links

  • "Robert Winder" - Meet the Author feature: Robert Winder on Bloody Foreigners (2004). (Audio file.)

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