Stephen Fabes is a doctor who likes to roam by foot and by bike. For six years, from 2010 to 2016,Stephen cycled a distance equivalent to more than twice around the globe, crossing 75 countries and six continents, living cheap and camping wild. His journey was fuelled by a passion for storytelling, and wilderness, and by a curiosity about the social, political and cultural context of health and disease. His writing has appeared in The Guardian, the Telegraph, Geographical and the BBC among others. He is a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, an inspiring public speaker and a regular at live storytelling nights. He currently works in the emergency department at St Thomas’ Hospital in London, and time off is for running trails. Signs Of Life is his first book.