Catherine Davidson

Catherine Temma Davidson is an American living in London and a dual UK/US citizen. Her novel based on stories about her Greek mother and grandmother, The Priest Fainted, was a New York and LA Times notable book of the year. She is an award-winning poet with two pamphlets published in the UK. She teaches Creative Writing at Regent’s University and is the Chair of Exiled Writers Ink, an organisation that supports and amplifies the work of refugee and immigrant writers. Her novel about apricot jam, genocide and memory, The Orchard, was published by Gemma Media in 2018.

In January 2022, Palewell Press launches The Utopians of Tahrir Square an anthology of protest and witness poetry from Iraq jointly translated and edited by Catherine Davidson and Dr Anba Jawi. Catherine, Anba and Camilla Reeve are collaborating on further books.

Camilla Reeve, Senior Editor

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