Donna Daley-Clarke

Donna Daley-Clarke was born in London to parents from Montserrat. She graduated in creative writing from UEA in 2001, and is the recipient of an Arts and Humanities Board Award (2000), a Jerwood Young Writer's apprenticeship award (2001), and Arts Council Award (2004), and the Hawthornden Castle fellowship (2005). She lives in Surrey.

Books by this Author

At nineteen, Geoffhurst is getting along just fine - he's got his own flat away from his family, his eight jars to divide his dole cheque (one for each day; one for saving), his standing order at Madame Wong's Chinese Restaurant. Then a reporter from the local newspaper offers to pay him to tell his story - the story of what happened eight years ago, when something happened that even with his lazy eye he couldn't help but stare right in the face. In the long, hot, legendary summer of '76,...