Olivia Sudjic was born in London in 1988 and studied English Literature at Cambridge University (2007-2010), where she was awarded First Class Honours, the E.G Harwood Prize for English, and made a Bateman Scholar. After graduating she gained editorial experience at two UK newspapers, before working in the arts and culture sector as a strategist and copywriter. She’s written for publications including the FT Weekend, Elle, Sunday Times' Style, The Debrief, Hunger, The Observer, Harpers Bazaar and The Gloss. Her agent is Emma Paterson at Rogers, Coleridge & White.
‘Sympathy’, first published in April 2017, is her debut novel, published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (USA/Canada), ONE (UK), Kein & Aber (Germany), Minimum Fax (Italy), Planeta (Mexico), Habitus Kitap (Turkey) and Wydawnictwo Czarna Owca (Poland), as well as Amazon’s Audible.
Her UK Publicist is Tabitha Pelly. For enquiries contact firstname.lastname@example.org
She also has an online alter-ego on Instagram.