YARA RODRIGUES FOWLER is a British Brazilian novelist from South London. Her first novel, Stubborn Archivist, was published in 2019 in the UK and USA. It was called ’stunning’ by Olivia Laing, 'visceral and elegant’ by Claire-Louise Bennett and 'breathtakingly written' by Nikesh Shukla. Yara was named one of The Observer’s nine ‘hottest-tipped’ debut novelists of 2019, was longlisted for the Desmond Elliott Prize, and shortlisted for the Sunday Times/University of Warwick Young Writer of the Year Award. Yara is also a trustee of Latin American Women’s Aid, an organisation that runs the only two refuges in Europe for and by Latin American women. She’s writing her second novel now, for which she received the John C Lawrence Award from the Society of Authors towards research in Brazil.
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