Contributors / June 2014 (Issue 24)

Sarah Bower
ImageSarah Bower is a novelist and short story writer usually based in Norwich but currently in Hong Kong as writer in residence in Lingnan University's English Department. Her first novel, The Needle in the Blood, was Susan Hill’s Book of the Year 2007 and was nominated for the Orange Prize for Fiction. Her second, originally published as The Book of Love, but re-titled for the US market as Sins of the House of Borgia, has been translated into nine languages and was an international bestseller. Her third novel, Erosion, was published in April this year. Her short fiction and non-fiction has appeared in various magazines, including Mslexia and Marie-Claire. Bower reviews regularly for the Historical Novels Review and Ink, Sweat and Tears and is currently writing a column about living and writing in Hong Kong for Words With Jam. Visit her website for more information. [Fiction | Review]

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