Himali McInnes is a general practitioner, a constant gardener and a part-time chicken farmer. She writes short fiction, essays and travel articles, and is obsessed by dogs and books.
Himali McInnes looks past the fact that the first black woman to win the Booker had to bloody share it and focuses on the book – in itself a treasure.
Himali McInnes has been torn between identities and countries her entire life. Here, she tells her story: of Sri Lanka and civil war, of the UK and normality, and of NZ and its unspoken past.