The wonderful Shri has interviewed me for her Tell Me a Story feature for her book blog. #TellMeAStory: Georgina Kamsika on diaspora and acceptance #TellMeAStory is a series meant to put the spotlight on LGBT and/or disabled writers of color, published or unpublished. If you’d like to participate or help spread the word, feel free […]
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.
I’m using this Patreon to connect with people who are interested in my work. As a second-generation immigrant, I write novels and short stories mostly about desi diaspora based in the UK. I also consume as much desi media as I can and review it in my monthly roundups.
I offer my expertise as a British South Asian to read your work and give you feedback on whether you are perpetuating stereotypes and actively harming people like me, or help you fine tune small details to make your characters more authentic. I want to help you make your story featuring desi characters as good as you can make it.
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.
The Cursed Heir
In an alternate Britain, a magician must find her missing sister before her family is catapulted into war. The more truths she uncovers about her sister’s disappearance, the more she discovers that she can’t trust anyone.
A god’s power, a mortal’s heart, a murderer to catch, and only one way to fix them all. Justine Bergman over on Whispers & Wonder has a wonderful cover reveal for my novel Goddess of the North. Please take a look and let me know what you think of the cover!
It’s here! The end of the Write-a-thon! I’ve kept up the pace quite well, with many new words added to our space opera. I’ve really had a chance to sink my teeth into this world and it’s blossoming into a story I’m really proud of. Thanks to the great re-working of the plot in week […]
The UK has been hit with a heatwave, so I’ve not been quite as motivated as getting words down. That didn’t stop me from working on our space opera, I just worked earlier in the morning and later in the evenings. I’ve focused on a slightly different POV character and really tried to get into […]
I’ve really dug into our space opera this week. Thanks to our plot brainstorm last week, I’ve had a lot of new scenes to add to our early draft. Interestingly, it’s a subplot I’d always wanted to do when I originally had the idea for the novel that had dropped to the wayside. Now it’s […]
She is represented by Jennie Goloboy of Donald Maass Literary Agency.