Ewan Morrison made his debut as an author with the collection of short stories, The Last Book You Read and Other Stories, in 2005. His first novel, Swung, was published in 2007. Other novels are Distance (2008) and Menage (2009).
In 2006 he was awarded the UNESCO/Edinburgh City of Literature residency in Varuna, Australia, where he read at the Sydney Writers' Festival.
In the 1990s, he worked as a writer-director in television and film for ten years, directed over 200 hours of television, has been nominated for three BAFTAs, and is the winner of a Royal Television Society Best Drama Award. He was also a resident scriptwriter at Madstone Films in New York from 2003-2005.