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G. P. Taylor

Taylor grew up in Yorkshire, but moved to London in the 1970s where he worked in the music industry with such bands as The Stranglers, Sex Pistols, Elvis Costello and Adam and the Ants. He became involved in the occult, and lived a life that was, in his own words "into all sorts of weird and wonderful things and wasn’t leading a godly life". He then turned to Christianity, and he later became a vicar with the Church of England.

Taylor completed the manuscript of his first book, Shadowmancer, which he self-published. Following its launch at Taylor's local bookshop, The Whitby Bookshop, the title garnered a publishing deal with Faber and Faber in the UK and G. P. Putnam's Sons in the United States[3] for a further six novels, following which he resigned his position as parish priest.

His second novel, Wormwood, was nominated for a Quill Award. His third novel, Tersias was published in the UK in 2005. In August 2006, Faber published a follow up to Shadowmancer entitled The Curse of Salamander Street.

In October 2006, Taylor released The Tizzle Sisters & Erik through Markosia. A mixture of prose and graphic novel that he deemed an 'illustronovella', Taylor was joined on the book by collaborators Tony Lee, Dan Boultwood, and Harry Potter artist Cliff Wright.

He also contributed text to a book on the Yorkshire coast by photographer Mark Denton.

Taylor announced his retirement from writing in October 2009 in order to care for his daughter, who suffers from Crohn's disease,[4] although he went on to publish three more books in the years that followed.

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