Page, Jeremy

Jeremy Page (b. 1969) is the author of two novels.  Salt (Penguin, 2007) was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for Best First Book and the Jelf Prize.  It was followed by The Wake (Penguin, 2009) which won an award at the East Anglian Book Awards and was shortlisted for the New Angle Prize.  His third novel will be published by Little, Brown in 2013.  He received his MA in Creative Writing from UEA in 1994 and has since returned as a Writing Fellow and as an associate tutor at the University.  He has worked for many years as a script editor for film and TV and lives in London and Norfolk with his wife and three children. Visit his website here.


- Non_fiction

‘Is There an East Anglian literature?’