The Magician's Washing Machine

“Just how many things did your mother not teach you as a child? You don’t ask people about their smalls. Besides, for all you know, I could be remarkably well-endowed.”

The Magician's Washing Machine is a story for grown-ups only, with magic in it. Why should kids have all the wizards? More
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Published: Dec. 29, 2012
Words: 5,690
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781301277643
About Andrew Hinkinson

Andrew Hinkinson was born in Lancashire, England. His mother had a home birth which is how the family's toy poodle was able to bite the doctor when he turned up after all the messy stuff was over and done with. On his first day at school, left-handed Andrew produced a fairy story for his teacher but she had to use a mirror to read the backwards writing. "The spelling was perfect, though," she said.

Thankfully for all of us, Andrew learned to write the other way round. He was soon drawing comic books with intricate and episodic sci-fi plots, selling them in the school playground for ten pence a copy. In his early teens he got into trouble not only for drawing very rude pictures and selling them to his friends, but for producing his x-rated juvenilia on school paper purloined from the art supplies cupboard.

Andrew moved to London to see the Queen and find Puss in Boots but somehow ended up with a Bachelor's degree in English and Theatre Arts from Goldsmiths College, University of London. He lived in London for 13 years and worked as an editor and copywriter. Relocating to a small market town in the Yorkshire Dales, Andrew studied poetry under the tutelage of world-famous poets like Simon Armitage and the UK's first-ever female Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy and was awarded an MA in Creative Writing.

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