Stephanie Scott is a Singaporean-British writer who was born and raised in South East Asia. She read English Literature at the Universities of York and Cambridge and holds an M.St in Creative Writing from Oxford University. She was awarded a British Association of Japanese Studies Toshiba Studentship for her anthropological work on What's Left of Me Is Yours and has been made a member of the British Japanese Law Association as a result of her research. She has won the A.M. Heath Prize, the Arvon Jerwood Prize for Literature, and runner up in the Bridport Prize Peggy Chapman-Andrews First Novel Award for an early draft of the manuscript. What's Left of Me Is Yours is her first novel.
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