Georgia Kaufman was born and grew up in North London. She studied Social Anthropology and Demography at Cambridge, LSE and Oxford. For most of her twenties and early thirties, she managed to live elsewhere, with a preference for places beginning with B: Brussels, Belo Horizonte, Brighton and Boston, amongst others.
Since 1995, she has lived in London, exchanging her career as a demographic anthropologist to bring up her children and write.
In 2016, her novel Bathroom Stories was longlisted for the Bridport First Novel Prize. Her latest novel, A Hard Fall, is a political thriller set in a post-Brexit UK that has fallen in to the hands of hard-line nationalists and was published by Mulberry Publishing in December 2018. Visit https://www.ahardfall.uk/
She currently lives within cycling distance of central London with her husband, two daughters and a cat.
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