The Nottingham City of Literature site has published my article on my residency. I talk about apply, the residency itself, the community of artists, and my time exploring South Korea. You can read the full article here.
Georgina Kamsika is a speculative fiction writer born in Yorkshire, England, to British Asian immigrant parents and has spent most of her life explaining her English first name, Polish surname and South Asian features.
DI Sara Nayar is not the bright young police detective she seems to be; she’s actually a Hindu goddess living as a human after a dispute with her mother, the trickster goddess Mohini.
When a man is murdered at Sheffield Castle Market, Sara senses that another god is involved– perhaps the Norse god Loki. But setting aside her divine nature has left Sara dangerously vulnerable.
With the help of her partner, the attractive DI Michael Higgins, Sara must uncover both the human and divine reasons for the crime and protect the city she loves.
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An ancient Hindu goddess works for the Sheffield police and investigates supernatural murders.
Not So Stories attempts to redress the colonialist balance, bringing together new and established writers of colour from around the world to take the Just So Stories back, to interrogate, challenge and celebrate their legacy.
Something monstrous has come to Arkham, Massachusetts. There have always been shadows here, but now a new hunger has risen from the depths and threatens those who dwell here. But there are heroes too – people who stand up and fight to stem the tide, even when it costs them everything.
The Own Voices movement has been one of the most important forces in publishing over the past couple of years, but it has also left some writers and editors afraid of working beyond their lived experience. Empowering under-represented authors to tell their own stories is crucial, but in a divided world, we also need […]
I have a new story out via Audible. It’s a short six-minute audio story. The Lady of the Lake (job description: hand out mystical swords to youngsters with potential) has her first dissatisfied customer. This humorous fantasy tale will appeal to anyone who has ever landed a glamorous job, only to find out that the […]
With Anger, You Have Left Us I have a short story in the Selene Quarterly Magazine Anthology. It’s a story about magic and family, themes that I’m always keen to write about!
Due to Covid, I hadn’t been around groups of people for many, many months, so while I was excited for Milford, I faced the idea of a big group of other writers with trepidation. But even at our first meeting, all of my worries faded away. Everyone was kind and welcoming, making sure anyone new […]
She is represented by Jennie Goloboy of Donald Maass Literary Agency.