Deborah Levy

Deborah Levy (born 6 August 1959) is a British novelist, playwright and poet. She initially concentrated on writing for the theatre – her plays were staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company – before focusing on prose fiction. Her early novels included ''Beautiful Mutants'', ''Swallowing Geography'' and ''Billy & Girl''. Her more recent fiction has included the Booker-shortlisted novels ''Swimming Home'' and ''Hot Milk'', as well as the Booker-longlisted ''The Man Who Saw Everything'' and the short-story collection ''Black Vodka''. Provided by Wikipedia
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