I’m Tom Huddleston and I’m an author, an editor, a film journalist and occasionally a musician. You might know me from my futuristic, action-packed FloodWorld series, from the Warhammer Adventures series of fantasy stories for younger readers, or from the three instalments I wrote in the official Star Wars: Adventures in Wild Space saga.
I also write film reviews: for many years I worked on the Film desk at Time Out magazine in London, covering everything from Star Wars and Marvel movies to foreign films and indies. In my time at the magazine I interviewed some amazing people, including Steven Spielberg, David Lynch and Neil Young. I’ve since written for other publications including The Guardian, Sight & Sound and Little White Lies.
I’ve recently set myself up as a freelance editor, proofreader and story developer for fiction and non-fiction projects – so if you’ve got an amazing idea for a children’s story, if you’re keen to break into the franchise fiction market or if you’re looking for a copy edit on your newest film book, don’t hesitate to get in touch via my Reedsy page.
As an author, I’m represented by Ella Khan of Diamond Kahn and Woods Literary Agency, so drop her a line if you have any inquiries about freelance writing projects.
In my spare time, I sing in a folk-rock group called The No Sorrows. Our first album is now available to listen to on Spotify, you can order it on vinyl via my Discogs shop, or email me directly via the Contacts page. In the meantime, find us on Facebook for details of upcoming gigs and new releases.
The similarity between my name and that of a certain popular British thespian continues to confuse people the world over. The other Tom and I have discussed it, and we both agree that it’s the Hiddlestons who are spelling it wrong.
If you have any questions about my books, freelance editing, film writing, personal appearances, The No Sorrows or anything else, don’t hesitate to drop me a line through the Contact page or get in touch on Twitter.
Almost all of the photography on this website is by the fabulously talented polymath Drew Worthley. Check out more of his pics, music and words here.