Daisy Johnson was born in 1990. Her debut novel, Everything Under, has been shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2018. She was the winner of the AM Heath Prize and the Harper’s Bazaar short story prize. She has been longlisted for the Sunday Times Short Story Prize and the New Angle Prize. Her debut short story collection, Fen, was the winner of the Edge Hill Prize. She currently lives in Oxford, UK.
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