Alice Jolly is a novelist and playwright. Her memoir Dead Babies and Seaside Towns (Unbound, 2015) won the PEN Ackerley Prize 2016. Her two earlier novels, What the Eye Doesn’t See and If Only You Knew, are both published by Simon and Schuster. Her articles have been published in the Guardian, Mail on Sunday and the Independent, and she has broadcast for Radio 4. She lives in Stroud.