|Name Alex Preston|
|TV shows American Idol|
|Albums Big City EP, Voodoo EP, Steve Frank Vocal Edits Vol. 1, Alex Preston, Say Yeah EP, Raptor EP, Twenty Seven, Fox EP|
Parents Paul Philbrick, Alice Philbrick
Genres Indie folk, Folk music, Folk rock, Indie pop
Similar People Kid Kenobi, David Cook, Ruben Studdard, Jennifer Lopez, Simon Fuller
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Alex Preston (born 1979) is a British author and journalist.
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Preston was born on 18 January 1979, in the seaside town of Worthing in West Sussex, in Southern England.
Preston was educated at Lancing College, a boarding independent school on the South Downs, near the village of Lancing in West Sussex, followed by Hertford College at the University of Oxford.
Life and career
Preston's first novel, This Bleeding City, was published by Faber and Faber in March 2010. The novel won the Spear's Best First Novel Prize, the Edinburgh International Book Festival Readers' First Book Award, and was chosen as one of Waterstone's New Voices 2010. It has been translated into twelve languages. His second novel, The Revelations was published in February 2012, while his third, "In Love and War," was featured on BBC Radio 4's Book at Bedtime. Preston reviews books for a number of national newspapers and magazines and is a regular panelist on BBC2's The Review Show. Alex Preston is the brother of Samuel Preston, the former singer of The Ordinary Boys and Celebrity Big Brother contestant. He is the grandson of Princeton University English professor and literary critic, Samuel Hynes.
Preston appears for the Authors Cricket Club. He became notable as player-umpire for asking of fellow novelist Richard Beard, "Do you think you were out?" to a bellowed LBW appeal. For this he received the "Decision of the Season" award at their annual dinner.