Kerry Hudson

Kerry Hudson is a Hackney-based writer from Aberdeen, otherwise to be found in Hanoi, Berlin or Budapest.

A self-described wandering Scot, her recently published second novel,  Thirst, is described by the Irish Times as ‘…an exquisite, stimulating mash-up…A brilliant, enthralling saga’. Her first novel, Tony Hogan Bought Me an Ice-Cream Float Before He Stole My Ma, was winner of the Scottish First Book Award and has been shortlisted for the Southbank Sky Arts Literature Award, Guardian First Book Award, Green Carnation Prize, Author’s Club First Novel Prize and the Polari First Book Award.


Posted August 14, 2014 in: by shames

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