NICK MULGREW was born in Durban in 1990. He writes novels, short fiction and poetry.
Among his accolades are the 2016 Thomas Pringle Prize, the 2018 Nadine Gordimer Award, and a Mandela Rhodes Scholarship. His debut novel, A Hibiscus Coast (Karavan Press), won the 2022 K. Sello Duiker Memorial Award. Since 2014 he has directed uHlanga, an acclaimed poetry press. He currently lives in Scotland, where he studies at the University of Dundee.
In 2023, Karavan Press published new editions of his short story collections, Stations (2016) and The First Law of Sadness (2017), and his latest novel, Tunnel.
Author photography by Adam Mays.