Diana Evans

Diana Omo Evans FRSL (born 1972) is a British novelist, journalist and critic who was born and lives in London. Evans has written four full-length novels. Her first novel, ''26a'', published in 2005, won the Orange Award for New Writers, the Betty Trask Award and the deciBel Writer of the Year award. Her third novel ''Ordinary People'' was shortlisted for the 2019 Women's Prize for Fiction and won the 2019 South Bank Sky Arts Award for Literature. ''A House for Alice'' was published in 2023.

As well as writing fiction, Evans contributes essays and literary criticism to the national press. She was honoured as a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 2020. Provided by Wikipedia
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