CONTACT

The best way to get hold of Tim is to send an email to timdelisle62 at hotmail.

If you prefer to phone, please call The Mail on Sunday on 44 + 207 938 6000, ask for Event magazine, and they will pass on a message.

CV

MAGAZINES
2016- Contributor, Newsweek International
2008-15 Editor, Intelligent Life
2007-08 Deputy editor, Intelligent Life
2001-05 Consultant editor, Wisden Asia Cricket
1996-2000 Editor, Wisden Cricket Monthly
1981-86, 95-96 Contributor, Harpers & Queen
1981-85 Contributor, Smash Hits
1979-81 Rock critic, LAM

NEWSPAPERS
1999- Rock critic, The Mail on Sunday
2016- Cricket writer, The Guardian
2006-12 Occasional op-ed contributor, The Times
2004-06 Feature writer, The Guardian
2004-06 Cricket columnist, The Times
1995-96, 1999-2003 Cricket columnist, The Independent
1997-98 Cricket columnist, Evening Standard
1991-95 Arts editor, The Independent on Sunday
1990-91 Cricket correspondent, The Independent on Sunday
1989 Arts editor, The Times
1987-89 Feature writer and rock critic, The Daily Telegraph
1987 Reporter, The Daily Telegraph
1986-87 Diary reporter, The Daily Telegraph
1981-85 Contributor, The Observer

INTERNET
2006-09 Columnist, Cricinfo
1998-2002 Editor, Wisden.com

BOOKS
2007 Wrote Young Wisden: A New Fan's Guide to Cricket (A&C Black)
2003 Edited Wisden Cricketers' Almanack (John Wisden)
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1994-95 Edited Lives of the Great Songs (Pavilion/Penguin)
1982 Copy-edited The Official Sloane Ranger Handbook (Ebury)

AWARDS
2010 Winner, Editor of the Year (Lifestyle Magazines), British Society of Magazine Editors
2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2009 Shortlisted for Editor of the Year (Lifestyle Magazines), BSME
2005 Shortlisted for Critic of the Year, British Press Awards
1999 Winner, Editor of the Year (Special Interest Magazines), BSME

HIS WORK HAS ALSO APPEARED IN...
AM – The Aston Martin Magazine, New Woman, The Walrus, GQ, The Sunday Age (Melbourne), The Globe & Mail (Toronto), The Jericho Bugle (Oxford), Creem, Johnny Miller 96 Not Out, Hot Air, Hot Line, The Sunday Telegraph, Monocle (the old one, not the Tyler Brule version), The Bulletin, High Life and The Economist