Deborah Levy

Deborah Levy (1959) is a British writer, born in Johannesburg, South Africa.

She studied theatre at Dartington College of Arts. Levy was director and writer for the MANACT Theatre Company, Cardiff, and Fellow Commoner in Creative Arts at Trinity College, Cambridge. She is a regular contributor of articles and reviews to newspapers and magazines, including The Independent, The Guardian and the New Statesman.

Awards

  • 2012 Man Booker Prize shortlist for Swimming Home and Other Stories
  • 2016 Man Booker Prize shortlist for Hot Milk

Books

Novels
  • Beautiful Mutants, 1989
  • Swallowing Geography, 1993
  • The Unloved, 1994
  • Diary of a Steak,1997
  • Billy & Girl,1999
  • Swimming Home2011
  • Hot Milk2016
Short story collections
  • Ophelia and The Great Idea, 1989
  • Pillow Talk In Europe And Other Places, 2004
  • Black Vodka, 2013
Non-fiction
  • Things I Don’t Want to Know, 2014
Poetry
  • An Amorous Discourse in the Suburbs of Hell, 1990 – together with Andrzej Borkowski
Plays
  • Pax, 1984
  • Clam, 1985
  • Dream Mamma, 1985
  • Ophelia And The Great Idea, 1985
  • Heresies, 1986
  • Our Lady, 1986
  • Eva And Moses, 1987
  • Heresies & Eva and Moses: two plays, 1987
  • Amorous Discourse in the Suburbs Of Hell, 1991
  • The B File, 1992
  • Blood Wedding, 1992
  • Call Blue Jane, 1992
  • Walks On Water, 1992
  • Shiny Nylon, 1994
  • Honey Baby, 1995
  • Macbeth – False Memory, 2000
  • Plays 1, 2000
  • Pushing The Prince Into Denmark, 2000

Interviews

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