“Tessa Hadley has become one of this country’s great contemporary novelists … possessed of a psychological subtlety reminiscent of Henry James, and an ironic beadiness worthy of Jane Austen” Guardian
Tessa Hadley lives in Cardiff and teaches Literature and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University, her special interests including Jane Austen, Henry James, Jean Rhys and Elizabeth Bowen.
She reviews regularly for the London Review of Books. She wrote a study of Henry James in 2002 – Henry James and the Imagination of Pleasure – and is the author of five novels: Accidents in the Home (2002); Everything Will Be All Right (2003); The Master Bedroom (2007); The London Train (2011) and Clever Girl (2014).
Her short stories have been published in The New Yorker and Granta, and she has published three collections, Sunstroke and other stories in 2007, Married Love in 2013 and Bad Dreams and Other Stories (2017).
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The short story is considered by some to be the poor relation of the novel and by others as the highest and most rigorous form of fiction. Tessa Hadley, whose new novel Late In The Day, was recently published, is an acknowledged master, whose stories appear frequently in The New Yorker and and other publications. […]