Jacob Huntley is a graduate of the MA in Creative Writing at UEA and received his PhD in 2007. He has written fiction for various magazines, journals and anthologies as well as Radio 4. His critical work principally explores non-mimetic or genre fiction from a Deleuzian perspective and he has also written on JG Ballard, William Hope Hodgson, John Wyndham and the Saw films.
Jacob Huntley is a graduate of the UEA Creative Writing MA and completed his PhD in 2007. His short stories have been published in a number of journals and broadcast on BBC Radio 4.
Jake teaches literature and creative writing on the undergraduate programme and is the current Convenor of the English Literature with Creative Writing BA.