Award-winning Writer, Novelist and Doctoral Student
Olivia Sudjic is a writer living in London. She is the author of 'Sympathy', her 2017 debut novel which was a finalist for the Salerno European Book Award and the Collyer Bristow Prize, and 'Exposure', a non-fiction work exploring anxiety, named an Irish Times, Evening Standard and White Review Book of the Year for 2018. Her second novel, ‘Asylum Road’, and an essay collection, ‘Desire Lines’, are forthcoming from Bloomsbury. Her journalism has appeared in publications including The New York Times, Paris Review, Financial Times, Guardian, Vogue and Wired. She read English at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, where she was awarded the E.G. Harwood Prize and made a Bateman Scholar. She began her PhD in Creative Non-Fiction at King’s College London in 2020.