Frank Cottrell Boyce is an award-winning screenwriter and children’s novelist. His film credits include Welcome to Sarajevo, Hilary and Jackie, Code 46, 24 Hour Party People, A Cock and Bull Story, and most recently The Railway Man. In 2004, his debut novel, Millions, won the Carnegie Medal and was shortlisted for The Guardian Children’s Fiction Award, and was followed by Framed (later adapted into a film by the BBC), The Unforgotten Coat, and three installments of the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang series. Frank also writes for the theatre and was the author of the highly acclaimed BBC film God on Trial. He has previously contributed stories to Comma’s anthologies Phobic, The Book of Liverpool, The New Uncanny, When It Changed, and Litmus and is currently working on a full collection for Comma, Triple Word Score. He also wrote the script for the opening ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics.