Jane Feaver

Jane Feaver was born in Durham in 1964. After reading English at university she worked at the Pitt Rivers Museum and then in the Poetry Department at Faber and Faber. In 2001 she moved to Devon with her daughter. According to Ruth (2007) was shortlisted for the Author’s Club First novel award and the Dimplex Prize; Love Me Tender (2009) was shortlisted for the Edge Hill Short Story Prize. A second novel, An Inventory of Heaven, is out this year from Corsair.

Anthologies featuring Jane Feaver

Bio-Punk

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