Book of a Lifetime
How to find a collective voice? A writer of South Asian heritage reaches for Amrit Wilson's seminal book.
Divya Ghelani is a writer who 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 Word Factory. She has published short stories and judged story and flash fiction competitions. She is lead writer and researcher on a HLF-funded exhibition and storytelling project about the 1974 strike at Imperial Typewriters. Her words are in Issue One of The Good Journal. She is represented by Niki Chang at The Good Literary Agency.