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Kelleigh Greenberg-Jephcott is a graduate of UEA’s Creative Writing MA course, and has won various literary awards. Her debut novel ‘Swan Song’ has just been long-listed for the International Women’s Prize. It’s a dazzling fictionalised re-imagining of the later life of Truman Capote, and the bevy of socialite swans he surrounded himself with.
Jacqueline O’Mahony has worked as a writer, editor and stylist at Tatler, Vogue, and the Irish Independent. Her gripping debut novel ‘A River in the Trees’ is about families, secrets, and the impossibility of coming home. The story is set in two different times, 100 years apart.
Priya Hunt was born in Delhi, and grew up on a diet of Indian comic books and western storybooks. A classical dancer, she hopes to share her love for dance as well as Indian culture through her new book. It’s a children’s fantasy adventure story ‘Abirami Forbes and The Magic Sapphire’