Eliza Clarke

Eliza Clark is a novelist from Newcastle, living in London, where she attended Chelsea College of Art. She works in social media marketing, having worked for women’s creative writing magazine, Mslexia. In 2018, she received a grant from New Writing North’s ‘Young Writers’ Talent Fund’. Her debut novel Boy Parts was released by Influx Press in July 2020, and two new titles will be published with Faber in 2022 and 2023. Clark’s short horror fiction has been published with Tales to Terrify and she hosts podcast You Just Don’t Get It, Do You? with her partner, in which they discuss film and television which squanders its potential.

Boy Parts

Irina obsessively takes explicit photographs of the average-looking men she persuades to model for her, scouted from the streets of…

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“I am very excited about more writing from Eliza. I completely bought into this book. I love its creativity and unapologetic nature. Surely there’s an appetite for women putting two fingers up and doing what men have so often been seen to do. The bravery of writing a woman who readers are allowed to not like should be applauded.”

Naga Munchetty 

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