Jessica Lee

JESSICA J. LEE is a British-Canadian-Chinese author and environmental historian. Her first book, Turning, was published by Virago Books in 2017 and named among the best books of the year by both Canadian newspaper The National Post and German newspaper Die Zeit. It was named a Notable Book by the Sigurd F. Olson Nature Writing … Read more

Laura Kaye

Laura Kaye grew up in a village in Oxfordshire. After working at the BBC for eight years in the Music department she took a year out to study creative writing at Goldsmiths and in 2017 her debut novel English Animals was published by Little, Brown – part satire of English country life, part lesbian love … Read more

Divya Ghelani

Divya Ghelani holds an MA in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia and an MPhil in Literary Studies from the University of Hong Kong. Her novel-in-progress has been longlisted and shortlisted for four literary awards. She lives between the UK and Berlin and is Programme Associate for the UK’s leading literary salon, the … Read more

Sharlene Teo

SHARLENE TEO is a Singaporean novelist based in London. She won the Deborah Rogers Writer’s Award for Ponti, her debut novel due to be published in April 2018 by Picador (UK) and Simon & Schuster (US). Ponti will also be translated into six other languages, including German, by Aufbau-Verlag. She was shortlisted for the Berlin Writing Prize and is … Read more

Kate Brown

Kate Brown

KATE BROWN is a writer and film-maker. She is the recipient of a 2020 Grant for Non-German Literature, awarded by the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe. Her first novel ‘The Women of Versailles’, set during the reign of Louis XV, was published by Seren Books in 2017. Her short stories have been published … Read more

Irenosen Okojie

IRENOSEN OKOJIE is a writer and Arts Project Manager and author of Speak Gigantular and Butterfly Fish, which won a Betty Trask award. Her work has been featured in The Observer, The Guardian, the BBC, and the Huffington Post. Hailed by Ben Okri as a dynamic writing talent to watch and featured in the Evening Standard Magazine, she is one of London’s … Read more

Fatin Abbas

FATIN ABBAS’ first novel, Ghost Season, is forthcoming from W. W. Norton & Co. Her short fiction has appeared in Freeman’s: The Best New Writing on Arrival, The Warwick Review, and Friction, and her non-fiction and journalism writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Le Monde Diplomatique, The Nation, Die Zeit, Bidoun, and openDemocracy, among … Read more

Lucie Stevens

LUCIE STEVENS is an Australian editor and writer who has worked with authors for over 10 years. In her pre-Berlin life, she was the Program and Publishing Manager at the Australian Society of Authors, and held various editorial and production roles in publishing houses. For the past two years, she has been working in Berlin with … Read more

Tom Pugh

Tom Pugh

TOM PUGH studied art history in Glasgow before inventing a career as a travelling copywriter and teacher, living and working in London, Sydney and Tokyo before settling in Berlin with his wife and two children. The Devil’s Library is his first novel, inspired by his own overland journey from Moscow to Naples .A ‘renaissance thriller’, The … Read more

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