Georgina Kamsika is a speculative fiction writer born in Yorkshire, England, to Anglo-Indian immigrant parents and has spent most of her life explaining her English first name, Polish surname and Asian features.
She is an active member of the Society of Authors and graduated from the Clarion West workshop in 2012, studying under a roster of instructors that included George R.R. Martin, Connie Willis and Chuck Palahniuk. She works as a first reader and has conducted interviews for the Hugo Award-winning Lightspeed Magazine.
As a second-generation immigrant, her work often utilises the speculative element to examine power structures that are mirrored in the real world, touching on issues of race, class, and gender.
Whenever she’s not writing, she loves reading and walking her dogs in the woods. You can find her lurking on Twitter.
- She’s British Asian
- She’s the youngest of three (one boy, two girls)
- She’s not bad with Photoshop, but she’s no designer
- She attended Clarion West in 2012
- She always has dogs, they’re the best companions
- She’s lived in the North and the Midlands, but never the south of England
- She went to university in Nottingham
- She has no favourites because there are too many good books, films and TV shows to pick just one
She’s represented by Jennie Goloboy at Donald Maass Literary Agency.