Alison Kervin

Alison Kervin is the Sports Editor of the Mail on Sunday newspaper. 

She has written six novels and seven sports books, including an award-winning, highly-acclaimed biography of Sir Clive Woodward and a social history of the rugby World Cup called 'Thirty Bullies'


She was previously a freelance journalist, writing for The Financial Times magazine, The Times, The Daily Telegraph and Radio Times, among others. She is the former Chief Sports Interviewer of The Daily Telegraph newspaper and Chief Sports Feature Writer of The Times newspaper where she wrote a weekly interview - The Kervin Interview - for three years.


Alison was short-listed for the Interviewer of the Year award for her work on The Times and the Sunday Times. She was also Woman of Achievement in Cosmopolitan magazine and won Feature Writer of the Year, Interviewer of the Year and Magazine Editor of the Year in the IPC magazine awards.


She has also worked as the editor of Rugby World magazine and the publisher of sports titles at IPC magazines

Alison's books:

NON-FICTION: 

Denise Lewis: Personal Best
Jason Leonard: The Autobiography
Sports Writing
Unofficial Guide to the Rugby World Cup
Clive Woodward: the biography
Thirty Bullies
Phil Vickery's autobiography

FICTION:

Mother & Son
Celebrity Bride
Wags Diary
Wag Abroad
Wags At The World Cup
Wags Guide to Euro 2012

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