Kerry Hadley-pryce


UK flag (b.1960)

Kerry Hadley-Pryce was born in Wordsley, in the West Midlands, in 1960. She worked nights in a Wolverhampton petrol station before becoming a secondary school teacher.

 She wrote The Black Country whilst studying for an MA in Creative Writing at the Manchester Writing School at MMU, for which she gained a distinction and was awarded the Michael Schmidt Prize for outstanding achievement 2013-14. She lives in the Black Country.
 
Kerry Hadley-pryce recommends
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Broadcast (2017)
Liam Brown
"I couldn't put Broadcast down. I'll be thinking about this book for a while, and, to me, that's the sign of something really special."