Rodge Glass is a British writer. He was born in 1978 and is originally from Cheshire, though he mostly lived in Scotland between 1997 and 2012. Rodge is the product of an Orthodox Jewish Primary School, an 11+ All Boys Grammar School, a Co-Ed Private School, a Monk-sponsored Catholic College, Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Strathclyde University and finally Glasgow University where he was tutored by Alasdair Gray, and began writing his first novel in 2002. Rodge Glass is the author of the novels No Fireworks (Faber, 2005) and Hope for Newborns (Faber, 2008), as well as Alasdair Gray: A Secretary’s Biography (Bloomsbury, 2008), which received a Somerset Maugham Award in 2009. He was co-author of the graphic novel Dougie’s War: A Soldier’s Story (Freight, 2010), which was nominated for several awards. His novel, Bring Me the Head of Ryan Giggs, was published in 2012. His latest book, the short stories collection LoveSexTravelMusik, was published by Freight Books in 2013 and was nominated for the International Frank O’Connor Award. Selected novels and short stories have been published in Danish, Hebrew, Italian, Serbian and Slovenian. Since 2013 he is a Reader in Literary Fiction at Edge Hill University and Fiction Editor at Freight Books.