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)

Two picture books from the English Traveller tradition, reviews on the book review page.


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

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


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

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

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

Short fiction.


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

Long form journalism.


Aftermath, (Kindle Single, 2013)

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).

More information here: 22nd August 2013 (One World Publications)

Blood and Water: An e-book about adoption and Katharine’s search for her Iranian birth father was published in July 2013.

More information here:

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

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

Fussy Freya and the Fabulous Feast (Frances Lincoln, 2008) – more information on the page, Books for Children





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