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Craig Glenday

Craig Glenday is the Editor-in-Chief of Guinness World Records (GWR) and has published 13 books since becoming Editor-in-Chief. In his present capacity, Craig has travelled the world adjudicating records and making TV and radio appearances.

Craig has been to the seabed with Katie Melua, has been stranded at the tip of South American for a week with Fall Out Boy, and has handed Michael Jackson his World Music Award in 2006 with the help of his glamorous assistant Beyoncé Knowles.

Prior to working at GWR, Craig wrote two non-fiction books of his own – The UFO Investigator’s Handbook (St Martin’s Press) and The Vampire Watcher’s Notebook (Piatkus) – and went on to publish the first GWR Gamer’s Edition – a title that has gone on to sell more than 5 million copies.