Rosemary Hill is a writer and critic who specialises in literary and cultural history. Her biography of A W N Pugin, God’s Architect: Pugin and the Building of Romantic Britain, appeared in 2007. It won the Wolfson History Prize and the James Tait Black Award. In 2008 she published Stonehenge in the Wonders of the World series which won the Historians of British Art Prize. She is currently working on a study of antiquarianism in the romantic period.
She is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries and of the Royal Society of Literature, a trustee of the Victorian Society and a member of the editorial board of the London Review of Books. She has also been a fellow of All Souls College Oxford. She lives in London and is married to the poet Christopher Logue.