William Verity started telling stories with a microphone and a portable cassette recorder when he was seven years old.
After graduating from Cambridge University (where he studied anthropology), he worked for 25 years as a print journalist, telling news stories writing long form feature stories.
In 2003, after his daughter died in an accident on sporting field, he used story to survive. In 2007, his book on the year after her death was published by Random House.
Now he works as an award-winning radio producer, creating feature and investigative documentaries for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. He has also taught media and story telling subjects to university students for a decade.
He also co-hosts The Male Room, a podcast exploring the secret lives of men.
Want to know more? Search up his website at williamverity.net