Simon Garfield is the author of a dozen acclaimed books of non-fiction, including the bestsellers Just My Type: a Book about Fonts and Our Hidden Lives. His book The End of Innocence won the Somerset Maugham Prize. Garfield writes for the Observer about science, health and the arts, and was formerly the editor of Time Out. He lives in London and St Ives.
Published: August 2019
A delightful and peculiar exploration of the human instinct to make things small, from the bestselling author of Just My Type and On the Map.
Published: October 2018
A delightful and illuminating exploration of the human instinct to make things small, from the bestselling author of Just My Type and On the Map.
Published: June 2018
The strange and wonderful story of how one colour changed the world, from the bestselling author of Just My Type and On the Map.
Published: July 2017
A witty and entertaining journey through time from the bestselling author of Just My Type and On the Map
Published: June 2016
Virginia Woolf meets Caitlin Moran - the extraordinary journals chronicling one ordinary woman's life, edited and introduced by Simon Garfield.
Published: February 2015
The wartime correspondence which first warmed people's hearts in Simon Garfield's To the Letter, now available in a single volume for readers to follow their wonderful and life-changing journey.
Published: September 2014
From Simon Garfield, the bestselling author of On the Map and Just my Type, comes a wonderful journey through the history of letter-writing and our relationship with the mail.
Published: October 2013
From Mappa Mundi to Google Maps - the bestselling Just My Type author turns his gaze to maps.
Published: November 2011
'A quirky and informative study of fonts' Anthony Horowitz, Sunday Telegraph
Published: September 2010
The real story of the Mini, published to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this design classic.
Published: June 2009
The real story of the Mini, published to celebrate the 50th birthday of this design classic.
Published: April 2008
A funny and revealing memoir about obsession . and stamp collecting.
Published: November 2007
The hilarious, absurd and tragic story of British wrestling, told by one of the most talented non-fiction writers around.
Published: July 2005