Julian May was elected as an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 2022.
For 35 years Julian May has been making literary programmes for BBC Radio, bringing writers to public attention in Kaleidoscope, The Verb, Night Waves and Front Row. He also makes features, commissioning writers to create work specifically for radio. He has won the Premios Ondas Documentary and Sony Gold Feature awards. Julian grew up in Cornwall and studied in Aberystwyth. He received an Eric Gregory Award for The Earliest Memory (Peterloo Poets)…and is still working on that difficult second collection.