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Jo-Anne Richards

Jo-Anne Richards is an internationally published novelist and journalist. She has published five novels, her latest being The Imagined Child (Picador), released in March 2013. My Brother’s Book, (Picador) appeared in 2008.

Her other books include the critically acclaimed bestseller, The Innocence of Roast Chicken, and Touching the Lighthouse, both published by Headline Review in London. Her third book was Sad at the Edges, published by Stephan Phillips. She has been short-listed for the M-Net Book Prize and nominated for the Impac International Dublin Literary Award. Her first book was chosen as a Dillon’s Debut in London, to be showcased as an “outstanding first novel” and has recently been included in the the Picador African Classics collection.

She convened the judging panel for the Thomas Pringle Short Story Award in 2010 and her own short stories have been included in six collections. She is a PhD candidate in Creative Writing at Wits, where she spent five years lecturing in writing and other aspects of journalism.

She is a partner in, which runs online and face to face courses in creative and other forms of writing, both in Johannesburg and Cape Town.



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