Portrait by Conor Horgan @conorhorgan.

I’m a fiction writer from London who lives between Ireland and Spain. My debut novel, Black Butterflies, is published by Duckworth and was Indie Fiction Book of the Month for May 2022. I have an MA with Distinction and a PhD in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia and have taught creative writing at U.E.A., Kingston University and City Lit. I currently lecture at University College Dublin and also teach privately online. In my twenties and early thirties, I taught English as a foreign language in England, Spain and Brazil. I read Italian, Spanish and Social Anthropology at Cambridge University.

I’m represented by Sophie Lambert at C&W. Dusty Miller is my publicist. Rowan Cope is my editor at Duckworth Books.

writing in the butler room
At the Tyrone Guthrie Centre, Annaghmakerrig, Ireland. I finished writing Black Butterflies here.

The Goat’s Bridge, near Sarajevo, Bosnia. Zora paints this Ottoman bridge obsessively in Black Butterflies.
At the London launch of Black Butterflies. Photo by @Matthewgammon.artist.

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