Yvonne Singh is a journalist, writer and editor, who lives in Kent with her partner and two sons, not far from the seaside.
She was a staff journalist at The Guardian for nearly a decade and her work has appeared in that paper as well as The Observer, The Mirror, The London Evening Standard, BBC World website, Marie Claire and The Big Issue (please feel free to browse the articles featured on this site and on links).
One of her essays is featured in the anthology Know Your Place by Dead Ink, which is out now in paperback.
Her debut novel One Man's Revolution is on the shortlist for the SI Leeds Literary Prize 2018 and her short story A Little Salt was runner-up in The Seán Ó'Faoláin International Short Story Competition. She works as a copy editor for the award-winning website Middle East Eye and is represented by Natalie Galustian at DHH Literary Agency.