Daisy Johnson’s book Fen was published in 2016 by Jonathan Cape. The Guardian wrote: ‘Johnson’s heady broth of folklore, female sexuality and fenland landscape reads like a mix of Graham Swift and Angela Carter.’ Johnson’s stories have been published in, among others, the Boston and Warwick Reviews. She was the winner of the A.M Heath Prize and the Harper Bazaar short story competition. She is currently working on her second book, a novel, which will be published, also by Cape, in 2017. She lives in Oxford in a house by the river.
Literary fiction, short stories
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