Celebrating Local Writers
Cafe Buzz, 783 High Road, N12 8JY
Sunday 24th May at 5.00 - 7.00pm
Irenosen Okojie is a writer and Arts Project Manager. She has worked with the RSC, Apples & Snakes, The Southbank Centre, The Caine Prize and programmed for Duckie for their series of interactive nights. Her work has been featured in The Observer and The Guardian amongst other publications. Her short stories have been published internationally. Her debut novel Butterfly Fish will be published in 2015 by Jacaranda Books.
Lily Dunn is a published author and short story writer. Her first novel, Shadowing the Sun, was published by Portobello Books, and she's currently finishing her second. She is chair of North London Writers and works with the Womentoring Project, which offers mentoring to female writers for free. She is also a keen blogger and can be found here: www.lilydunn.co.uk
Tasha Kavanagh lives in Hertfordshire with her family and three cats. She has an MA in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia, has worked as an editor on feature films, including The Talented Mr Ripley, Twelve Monkeys and Seven Years in Tibet and has had ten books for children published under her maiden name, Tasha Pym. Things We Have in Common is her first novel.
Evie Miller was previously a lawyer, she's written two YA novels each of which was long-listed for the Times/Chicken House Children’s Fiction competition. She is a member of the North London Writers Group and is currently finishing an MA in novel writing at City University. The Puppet Master’s Lover is her first novel for adults.