Mahsuda Snaith is a writer of novels and short stories. Her debut novel ‘The Things We Thought We Knew’ (Black Swan) was released in 2017 when she was named an ‘Observer New Face of Fiction’. Her second novel ‘How to Find Home’ (Black Swan) was chosen as a BBC Radio 4 ‘Book at Bedtime’. She is the winner of the SI Leeds Literary Prize 2014 and Bristol Short Story Prize 2014.
Mahsuda has led creative writing workshops in universities, hospitals, schools and a homeless hostel and has worked as a writing mentor for a variety of writing organisations. She is a commissioned writer for the Colonial Countryside project and her short story ‘The Panther’s Tale’ is included in ‘Hag: Forgotten Folktales Retold’ (Virago) which is also available as a podcast from Audible. Mahsuda works as a writing tutor at The Novelry and is currently working on her third novel.
For Mahsuda’s YouTube writing workshops please go to the Videos Page. You can find Mahsuda on Twitter on @mahsudasnaith or on Instagram on @mahsudasnaith and, if you’d like to support her work, you can buy Mahsuda a coffee on Ko-Fi (or buy her books, they’re pretty good).