Karina Lickorish Quinn
Mancharisqa or the Dust Never Settles (Oneworld Publications, forthcoming 2021)
'Of Magpies and Mockingwords' in Longitudines (July 2020)
'The Walls of Gringo Buckman' in Un Nuevo Sol (Flipped Eye Publishing, December 2019)
'Autoptes or An Eye Witness' in Roehampton Roundtable (November 2019)
'The Grief of Lupita Ramírez Ospina' in Journal of Latina Critical Feminism (March 2019)
'Spanglish' in Asymptote (July 2016)
'Oögenesis' short-listed for The White Review short story prize 2016.
I am represented by Seren Adams at United Agents.
Karina was born in 1987 in Ankara, Turkey to a Peruvian mother and an English father. She spent her childhood between Warwickshire, Lima, and New York City.
Karina's writing is influenced by Latin American literary traditions and her interest in ghosts, magic and the surreal.
In a previous life, Karina was a family law barrister and a secondary school English teacher. She has a PhD in Creative Writing from Queen Mary University of London, where she also teaches. She is also the Teaching Fellow in Creative Writing at the University of Leeds and teaches on the online MA in Creative Writing at the University of Hull.
NEWS AND EVENTS
Un Nuevo Sol (flipped eye publishing) will be available for purchase.
Un Nuevo Sol, the first major anthology of British-Latinx writers, was launched at the Southbank Centre.
Karina will be teaching on the online MA in Creative Writing at the University of Hull.