Evie Wyld is the author of four novels: After the Fire, A Still Small Voice, The Bass Rock, and All the Birds, Singing. The Echoes, her next novel, will publish in 2024. She has also published a graphic memoir with illustrator Joe Sumner called Everything is Teeth.
She is the only novelist ever to have won both the Miles Franklin Award and The Stella Prize for fiction in Australia. She is also the recipient of The John Llewellyn Rhys Prize, a Betty Trask Award, the European Union Prize, the Jerwood Fiction Prize and the Encore Award. Her novels have been longlisted for the Bailey’s Women’s Prize for Fiction, the Costa Novel Prize and shortlisted for the IMPAC International Dublin Literary Award, The Sky Arts Breakthrough Award and the James Tait Black Prize. In 2013 she was included in Granta’s once-a-decade list of Best of Young British Novelists. She is a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.
Evie’s books have been translated into over 20 languages, with one having been optioned for film and another for television. She has written non-fiction and fiction for BBC Radio 4 and is adapting her third novel for television.
Evie lives in South London and is part of the team at an independent bookshop in Peckham called Review.