Candice Carty-Williams is a writer and author of the Sunday Times bestselling Queenie. Queenie has been described as 'vital','disarmingly honest', and 'boldly political', and has been shortlisted for the Waterstones, Foyles and Goodreads Book of 2019, as well as selected as the Blackwell’s Debut of the Year. In 2016, Candice created and launched the Guardian and 4th Estate BAME Short Story Prize, the first inclusive initiative of its kind in book publishing. Candice has written for Guardian, i-D, Vogue International, every iteration of the Sunday Times, BEAT Magazine, Black Ballad and more. She will probably always live in South London.
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.