Phil Hore likes to point out he was one of the last children born before man walked on the moon. He has worked as an educator at the National Dinosaur Museum, the Australian War Memorial, Questacon Science centre, Australian National Botanic Gardens, the London Natural History Museum, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, the Field Museum in Chicago and is currently at the Capricorn Caves.
Author of several books and published in newspapers and magazines across the globe, since 2007 Phil has been the paleo-author for the world’s longest running dinosaur magazine, The Prehistoric Times. He has also been a comic shop manager, a cinema projectionist, a theatre technician and gutted chickens for a deli. All of these influences seem to make an appearance in his writing, especially the chicken guts bit.