JOANNA KAVENNA

Esquire (UK) - - CONTRIBUTO­RS -

The Bri­tish-born nov­el­ist, es­say­ist and travel writer has lived in Amer­ica, France, Ger­many, Scandinavi­a and the Baltic states, but it is a dystopian ver­sion of Eng­land that she imag­ines in “The Group”, an ex­clu­sive short story and her Esquire de­but. Since her suc­cess­ful first novel, The Ice Mu­seum, Kavenna has won the Orange Prize for New Writ­ing and been named one of Granta’s Best Young Bri­tish Nov­el­ists. She has pub­lished fic­tion and jour­nal­ism in The New

Yorker, Lon­don Re­view of Books, New Sci­en­tist and The New York

Times. Her lat­est book, Zed (Faber & Faber), ex­plores the dan­gers of the dig­i­tal age and is out on 4 July.

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