Claire King is the author of contemporary, lyrical novels with hope and humanity at their heart, perfect for book clubs.
After being ‘born and raised’ in South Yorkshire, Claire studied economics at Newnham College, Cambridge and, when not writing, helps organisations address their challenges through storytelling, design and collaboration.
Claire spent 14 years living in southern France, where she wrote, and set, her novels The Night Rainbow, (Bloomsbury, 2013) and Everything Love Is (Bloomsbury, 2016). She now lives with her family in Gloucestershire.
Claire also writes short fiction, which has been published online and in print and has been recognised by fancy places such as BBC Radio 4 Opening Lines, New Scientist, The Bristol Short Story Prize, the Sean O’Faolain Short Story Competition and Metazen.
If you’d like to get in touch see Claire’s contact page.
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