Natasha Carthew

Natasha Carthew is an award-winning Working Class Writer from Cornwall. She has written two books of poetry, three acclaimed novels for young adults (all published with Bloomsbury) her latest literary adult fiction; ‘All Rivers Run Free’ is published with Riverrun/Quercus and Audible. Her new book ‘Song for the Forgotten’ publishes with National Trust Books June 2020. 

Natasha has written extensively on the subject of what it means to be a Working Class LGBTQ writer and how to ensure authentic voices are represented in fiction, for several publications and programmes, including Writers' & Artists' Yearbook, BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4, The Guardian and The Big Issue. In 2020 Natasha is launching the first ‘Working Class Writers festival’. She can be contacted through twitter @natashacarthew and is represented by Lutyens & Rubinstein.

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