Dixe Wills is the author of a veritable swathe of genre-bending books and others that have caused librarians fewer sleepless nights. The former include The Z-Z of Great Britain and Places to Hide, while the latter count Tiny Islands, At Night and the all-conquering Tiny Campsites among their number. Meanwhile, his bestselling Tiny Stations is the basis for a Channel 4 series presented by Paul Merton. His travel journalism can be read most frequently in The Guardian, but also appears in a host of other worthy publications from Wanderlust to the BBC Countryfile magazine. He’s currently dipping his toe in the twin murky waters of television and stand-up comedy, while his new  book about Tiny Churches is published in October 2016.