Keith Stuart is a veteran arts and technology journalist, who has spent ten years as video game editor at the Guardian.
He has contributed articles to dozens of magazines of the past two decades including Edge Magazine, FHM, Red, Esquire, T3 and Frieze. He is a regular speaker about the culture of video games, appearing at Bafta, Futurefest, Camp Bestival, the V&A and the National Media Museum to talk about the meaning and importance of digital entertainment.
His first novel, A Boy Made of Blocks, is partially based on his own experiences with parenting a child on the autism spectrum. He lives in Frome, Somerset, with his wife and two sons.