Sunny Singh

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NOVEMBER 2017

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HOTEL ARCADIA

Hotel Arcadia

“Sunny Singh’s Hotel Arcadia is the ultimate nail-biting thriller, as well as a work of literary art worthy of a Booker Prize shortlist.”
Edward Wilson

 

“The excellence of this novel is its canny synthesis of elements: the essential thriller plot (at times reminiscent of the most powerful writing of Graham Greene; no mean feat in itself) and the careful accretion of character detail…”
Barry Forshaw

 

“It’s well-written, tightly-plotted and great fun.”
Amanda Craig

 

ALSO AVAILABLE IN DUTCH, FRENCH & TURKISH EDITIONS

ABOUT SUNNY

Sunny

Sunny Singh is a London based writer. She has published three novels, a non-fiction book on lives of single women in India, numerous short stories and essays.

Her new novel, Hotel Arcadia, is published by Quartet Books and available from bookshops and e-retailers across UK.

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2 days ago

Thoughts on #Metoo. If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote “Me too” as a status, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem. Please copy/paste. Further to this: The silence from men is deafening. And no, I don’t want to hear platitudes from you. I don’t want ‘I believe you’ or ‘expletives’ and so on. I need you to speak to other men. I need to you to speak OPENLY with other men. This one is ENTIRELY on you. I also need you to start noticing what you consume: how narratives that enable this entitlement men feel to women lives, bodies, minds is built in to culture. So when YOU don’t notice – or really don’t care about – the sexism in GoT or Bladerunner or Star Wars (or Bollywood/Korean/Nollywood/Chinese/French/Italian cinema), YOU enable this behaviour. I also need you to STOP making this about you. Do you feel bad that you have structural advantages and safety that I don’t? Good. You should! But don’t make it MY work to nudge you out of your manly sulk, to comfort you and EXPLAIN yet again how my life as a woman is not fun. Really believe you love women in your life? Then do some work. On your own! I added this because I hope the many young women who reach out to me online and IRL will feel less alone. That men AND women will realise that social class doesn’t protect us; professional success doesn’t protect us; hell, even racism does not protect us! But mostly because in a culture that assigns shame to the victims of injustice, speaking of it is an act of courage. And if seeing women in relative ‘positions of power’ say #MeToo helps even one woman, it is worth it.

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1 week ago

#Oxford, am coming up for this panel discussion on Monday. Come say hello: https://www.brookes.ac.uk/hss/events/a-round-table-on–bigotry-and-racism,-from-the-global-to-the-local-/

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2 weeks ago

In Convo tomorrow with Ofra Yeshua-Lyth at Henley Lit Fest. Come say hello: https://henleyliteraryfestival.co.uk/programmepreview/

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3 weeks ago

Really looking forward to this event next week (autumn poetry is my favourite poetry) https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/poetry-at-the-fall-of-the-leaf-tickets-37529088514

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