Sue Gee is a novelist and short story writer who ran the MA Writing Programme at Middlesex University from 2000 till 2008. The Hours of the Night won the 1995 Romantic Novel of the Year Award and attracted wide critical acclaim. The Mysteries of Glass was longlisted for the 2005 Orange Prize for Fiction; Reading in Bed was a Daily Mail Book Club Selection in 2007.
She was a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at University College London in 2008. Her short story collection, Last Fling, was published by Salt Publishing in May 2011. Coming Home, about the return from India after Independence in 1947, was published in August 2013 by Headline Review.
Her most recent novel, Trio, was published by Salt in May 2016. Her book of essays, Just You and the Page: Encounters with Twelve Writers, is published by Seren Books.
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