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About Donna Daley-Clarke

Donna Daley-Clarke was born in London, where she still lives. Her parents are from Montserrat. Her novel Lazy Eye was published on 4 July 2005 by Scribner. Her next novel is set in Montserrat in 1966.

Articles by Donna Daley-Clarke

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

A fair amount of sunshine

At the English seaside the girls Harriet and Hindy walk the shoreline between the Caribbean and Britain - between grey tea, grey donkeys and the grey, grey sky and the vibrant, lost colours of home. An exclusive extract from Donna Daley-Clarke’s novel-in-progress, “A Lazy Eye”.

Of hexes & hair

An ancient association between hexes and hair resurfaces in the immaculate prose of this chapter from a new novel by a young London writer.
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