Monday 29 November 2021

'Mrs Death Misses Death' shortlisted for The Bad Form Review Book Of The Year


Blown away to see Mrs Death Misses Death 
included in this epic line up of beautiful books! Thank you!

What an amazing start to the week! So excited to see my book shortlisted for the @badformreview BOOK OF THE YEAR

Bad Form are the award-winning literary review by and 
about Black, Asian, and racialised community writers.

This award is chosen by public vote, so if you loved my 
life-affirming fire-starter of a novel then head over to @badformreview’s instagram stories and add your votes!!

I think this is a phenomenal list, huge congrats to all!
You can vote for your winner on instagram stories here:

Bad Form has announced its first Book of the Year shortlist, including works by Natasha Brown, Caleb Azumah Nelson and Salena Godden.

Publishers, authors and readers were encouraged to submit their own favourite titles by Black, Asian, and racialised community writers published in 2021. After more than 300 nominations, the Bad Form team narrowed them down to a shortlist of 11 books. 

"2021 has been another exciting year for Black, Asian, and racialised community authors, and we at Bad Form are thrilled to create another opportunity to celebrate them," this year's Book of the Year 2021 shortlist has been revealed! 

Read more in The Bookseller:

I'll leave you with this: Here is a reading of The Red Tower chapter from Mrs Death Misses Death performed at the Gordon Burn Prize Ceremony, Durham Book Festival, October 2021. Watch the piece in full on my Facebook and YouTube 

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