Candice Carty-Williams is an author, book marketer and sometime journalist based in south London. Born in 1989, the result of an affair between a Jamaican cab driver and a Jamaican-Indian dyslexic receptionist, Candice worked in the media before moving into publishing aged 23. In 2016, Candice created and launched the Guardian and 4th Estate BAME Short Story Prize, before moving to Vintage Books. Candice's writing can be found below. She can only write at night.
New Daughters of Africa
Published by Myriad Editions. OUT NOW
Things I've written for various publications.
From The Real McCoy to Chewing Gum: Black British Television Will Always Be Important For The Culture
Chats I've had with writers, actors and musicians for various publications.