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Alecia
McKenzie

Alecia McKenzie is a Jamaican writer currently based in France. Her first collection of short stories, Satellite City, and her novel Sweetheart both won Commonwealth literary prizes. She is the co-editor of Where We Started: Stories of Living Between Worlds – an anthology. Her articles have appeared in The Wall StreetThe GuardianNew African magazineBlack EnterpriseOpera Now and others. She designed the cover artwork for some of her books.

Alecia McKenzie is a Jamaican writer currently based in France. Her first collection of short stories, Satellite City, and her novel Sweetheart both won Commonwealth literary prizes. She is the co-editor of Where We Started: Stories of Living Between Worlds – an anthology. Her articles have appeared in The Wall StreetThe GuardianNew African magazineBlack EnterpriseOpera Now and others. She designed the cover artwork for some of her books.

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