Reclaiming spaces: Women of Colour excelling in Creative Industries & Education
Sunny Singh, Internationally acclaimed, award-winning writer and Academic
SUNNY SINGH is a London-based writer. She has published three critically acclaimed novels and a book of non-fiction about the lives of single women in India. Her latest novel, Hotel Arcadia (Quartet) was described as 'addictive, penetrative' by the Independent. Her short stories have been published by prestigious international literary journals including The Drawbridge and World Literature Today. An expert on Bollywood, she has just finished a book on Amitabh Bachchan commissioned by the BFI for their film star series.
Her creative non-fiction and academic writing has been published across the world in key journals and anthologies. She also writes for newspapers and magazines, in Spanish and English, across the globe. She has worked as a journalist and management executive in Mexico, Chile, and South Africa. Currently, she teaches Creative Writing at the London Metropolitan University (UK). She is also a founder of the Jhalak Prize for Book of the Year by a Writer of Colour, intended to recognise and celebrate British writers of colour.