Winner of the Cambridgeshire Book of the Decade

The Cambridge Curry Club

The title is postcolonial tongue-in-cheek. No curry feasts dripping off the book's pages. Not even a whiff of tikka masala. No recipes, either. Sorry. Yes, there is life outside and beyond curry.

The Curry Club had a rehearsed reading at London’s Soho Theatre in 2003. The play's theatricality, dialogue and “scene” quality have been retained in the novel, giving rise to a particular form and structure. No, there isn’t even a central character. If you are a purist — once again, sorry.

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Summer of Blue

Summer of Blue book coverFrom the spires of Cambridge to sunny Mumbai and the shadows of war-torn Afghanistan, this offbeat story of love, loss and longing confirms that life is anything but predictable.

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BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

Live studio chat on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire on November 13th November 2013 at 12.10 p.m. Listen

Studio Guest on Cambridge 105 FM in March 2014

Creative Writing Workshop in 2014

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