Jo Hamya - THREE ROOMS

Jo Hamya - THREE ROOMS

Jo and I discuss Three Rooms, how she decided to write this story, whether working as an editor helped her when crafting this book, her writing process, why she doesn’t use speech marks, and much more.


Jo and I discuss Three Rooms, how she decided to write this story, whether working as an editor helped her when crafting this book, her writing process, why she doesn’t use speech marks, and much more.

Jo’s recommended reads are:

  1. Intimacies by Katie Kitamura
  2. Bear by Marian Engel
  3. A Year in the New Life by Jack Underwood

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Jo Hamya

Author

JO HAMYA was born in London in 1997. After living in Miami for a few years, she completed an English degree at Kings College London and a MSt in contemporary literature and culture at Oxford University. There, she divided her research between updating twentieth-century cultural theory into twenty-first-century digital contexts, and the impact of social media on form and questions of identity in contemporary womens writing. Since leaving Oxford, she has worked as a copyeditor for Tatler and edited manuscripts subsequently published by Edinburgh University Press and Doubleday UK. She has also written for the Financial Times. Three Rooms is her first novel. She lives in London.