Tessa Hadley has written three novels: Accidents in the Home, published by Jonathan Cape 2002, and by Holt in the US (longlisted for the Guardian First Book award); Everything Will Be All Right, Holt 2003, Cape 2004 (shortlisted for the Encore Award); and The Master Bedroom, Cape and Holt 2007 (longlisted for the Orange). A new novel, The London Train, will be out in January 2011. She has had stories published in The New Yorker, Granta, and The Guardian, and published a collection of stories, Sunstroke, in 2007 (Cape and Picador US, shortlisted for the Story Prize in the US). She reviews for The London Review of Books and The Guardian, and was Chair of the Editorial Board of New Welsh Review from 2005-8. Tessa is also a Senior Lecturer in English and Creative Studies at Bath Spa University, where she teaches on the MA in Creative Writing, courses on The Short Story, and Writing and Politics. Her book on Henry James, Henry James and the Imagination of Pleasure, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2002.