Andrew Mueller Books & Biography
Andrew Mueller was born in Wagga Wagga, and lives in London. He is a contributing editor at Monocle, and a regular presenter on its radio arm, Monocle 24 – including hosting the award-winning “The Foreign Desk”. His byline has also appeared in titles including The Guardian, The Times, GQ Australia, Smith Journal, New Humanist and Uncut, among many others.
He has reported from more than 80 countries, and done his best to keep up with Geelong's progress from most of them. He is previously the author of “Rock & Hard Places”, “I Wouldn't Start From Here” and “It's Too Late To Die Young Now”. His country band, The Blazing Zoos, have made two albums: “I'll Leave Quietly” and “Chocks Away”. He also collaborated with Luke Haines and Cathal Coughlan on the acclaimed “The North Sea Scrolls” concept album.