Books

2017:

Forthcoming – historical novel based on non-fiction, The Nine Lives of Hannah Tyrrell

2016:

Yokki and the Parno Gry, (Child’s Play International, with Richard O’Neill, 2016)

Ossiri and the Bala Mengro, (Child’s Play International, with Richard O’Neill, 2016)

Subject: two picture books from the English Traveller tradition, reviews on the book review page.

A Country of Refuge (chapter), ed Lucy Popescu, (Unbound, 2016)

Subject: chapter about how my mother and grandmother came to the UK from war-time Yugoslavia.

2015:

Hear My Cry (Hachette Poland, with Diana Kader, 2015)

Subject: my first ghost-writing book, on ‘honour’ based violence, co-written with survivor, Diana Kader.

2014:

The Priest, the Assassin and Archduke Franz Ferdinand (Kindle/Thistle Single, 2014)

Subject: semi-fictionalised account of my Serbian great-grandfather’s relationship with the assassin, Gavrilo Princip.

Romani Pilgrims: Europe’s New Moral Force (Newsweek Insights Publishing, via Kindle, 2014)

Subject: long-form reportage on the Romanies and Evangelical Christianity, with exclusive access to the communities. 

2013:

Aftermath, (Kindle Single, 2013)

Subject: short fiction on the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide.

No Place to Call Home: Inside the Real Lives of Gypsies and Travellers (One World, 22nd August 2013).

Subject: inside account of the eviction of the settlement, Dale Farm, and the prejudice faced by Romanies, Roma and Travellers. 

More information here:

http://www.oneworld-publications.com/books/no-place-to-call-home- 22nd August 2013 (One World Publications)

Blood and Water (Kindle Single, 2013)

Subject: an e-book about adoption and my own search for my Iranian birth father.

More information here:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Blood-Water-Anglo-Iranian-Kindle-ebook/dp/B00E00BEZQ

2012:

Disability, Hate Crime and Violence – An Edited Collection, (Routledge, 2012), “Language and the Media portrayal of Disability Hate Crime”, Katharine Quarmby), editors Alan Roulstone and Hannah Mason-Bish

Subject: analytical chapter on the media portrayal of disabled people in the UK.

2011:

Scapegoat: Why We are Failing Disabled People (Portobello Press, 2011) click here

Subject: the first British investigative book about disability hate crime, both in the UK and in the international arena. 

2008:

Fussy Freya and the Fabulous Feast (Frances Lincoln, 2008)

Subject: picture book about fussy eating.

 

 

 

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