Zelda Rhiando was born in Dublin and read English Literature at Cambridge. She lives in South London with her husband, two daughters and four cats, and is one of the founders of the Brixton BookJam – the quarterly literary event that has hosted readings by established and emerging writers since 2012. She is the author of two novels, Caposcripti and Fukushima Dreams. The thriller, Fukushima Dreams, was published in March this year. It explores the complexity of cross-cultural relationships in Japan set against the backdrop of the post-tsunami devastation.
‘Fukushima Dreams combines the pace and anticipation of a thriller with the compassion of a Toni Morrison.’ Patrick Walsh, Bookmongers