Vybarr Cregan-Reid is an author and academic. He is Reader in English & Environmental Humanities in the School of English at the University of Kent. His most recent book is Footnotes: How Running Makes Us Human (Ebury 2016, paperback June 2017), which reviewers called ‘delightful’, ‘impassioned and energetic’, and ‘a blazing achievement’. He has written widely on the subjects of literature, health, nature and the environment for the BBC, the Guardian, the Independent, the Telegraph, the Mail and the Washington Post and he has appeared on Radio 4 and Sky News.
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