Born: Established: 1968 Preston, Lancashire,
Apart from his two novels, Christopher Kenworthy is the author of more than forty short stories, including a selected work, Will You Hold Me? (London 1996), and over six hundred reviews, features and interviews published in magazines such as Time Out and Computer Arts. In the early 1990s, Kenworthy was the editor and publisher of Barrington Books in the United Kingdom. In 1998 he directed a short film based on his short story 'Breathing Under Water'.
Since turning more fully to screenwriting and directing in 2000 , he has won a short film festival, screened films around the world, shot a TV pilot, been sent to the Cannes Film Festival by the Australian Film Commission, created commerical effects shots, and written for several television shows. His current work includes a third novel and several film and television projects.