Annalena McAfee
 
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Annalena McAfee was born in London and was educated at Essex University. McAfee worked in newspapers for more than three decades. She was arts and literary editor of the Financial Times and founded the Guardian Review, which she edited for six years. Sha has also edited a collection of literary profiles, Lives and Works, and is the author of eight children's books. She has been a judge of the Orange Prize for Fiction, the South Bank Show Awards, and the Ben Pimlott Prize for political writing. She lives with her husband, the writer Ian McEwan.

Her most recent novel is The Spoiler.

 


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