ABOUT the author
Abi Andrews is a writer from the Midlands, England. She studied Creative Writing at Goldsmiths college in London, and her work has been published in Five Dials, Caught by the River, The Clearing, The Dark Mountain Project, Tender and other journals, along with a pamphlet published with Goldsmiths Shorts. Her debut novel The Word for Woman Is Wilderness was originally published by Serpent’s Tail in February 2018 and Hoffmann und Campe in October 2018.
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The Word for Woman Is Wilderness
"Beguiling, audacious... rises to its own challenges in engaging intellectually as well as wholeheartedly with its questions about gender, genre and the concept of wilderness. The novel displays wide reading, clever writing and amusing dialogue."
A Q&A with Abi Andrews | 12/10/2018
We talk to author Abi Andrews about how she came up with the idea of writing her The Word for Woman Is Wilderness, whether she travels to the places she writes about, female astronauts, and so much more.
The Adroit Journal interview with Abi Andrews | 9/30/2019
Anthropocene Feminism: A Conversation with Abi Andrews and Juliana Roth. Read on to learn more about where, how, and why Andrews decided to write her debut novel The Word for Woman Is Wilderness.
Entropy interview with Abi Andrews | 10/11/2019
WORDS, WOMEN, & WILDERNESS: AN INTERVIEW WITH ABI ANDREWS
Mairead Case speaks to Andrews about how her novel started, the American wild, loneliness, support systems for her writing, and more.
The Mire interview with Abi Andrews | 5/15/2019
Peyton Miller asks Andrews about her advice for high school adventurers, her writing process, her relationship with her characters, what she is working on next, and so much more.