Olivia Sudjic was born and lives in London. She studied English Literature at Cambridge University, where she was awarded the E.G. Harwood English Prize and made a Bateman Scholar.
Her first novel (‘Sympathy’) was published in Spring 2017 by Houghton MifflinHarcourt in the US and ONE (an imprint of Pushkin Press) in the UK, with translations in German, Italian and Polish. The novel has recently received a Spanish world rights deal and will be published in Mexico, as well as UK, USA, Germany, Italy and Poland. Sudjic was named one of The Observer’s ‘New Faces of Fiction’ for 2017 and she has written for publications including the FT Weekend Magazine, ELLE, The Sunday Times’ Style Magazine, The Debrief, Hunger, The Observer, Harper’s Bazaar and The Gloss.
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