Joanna Walsh is a writer, illustrator, and artist.
Her first book, London Walks!, visual essays about the city, was published by Tate in 2011, sold out in less than nine months and has been reprinted.
She draws and writes for The Guardian, The Times, Metro, The Idler, FiveDials, 3:AM, Berfrois.com, Necessaryfiction.com and The White Review amongst others.
She has created large-scale artworks for the Tate Modern and The Wellcome Institute and has developed immersive theatre/games events in collaboration with Hide and Seek and Coney Agencies, as well as games she runs herself.
She is an associate member of the London Institute of 'Pataphysics.
In 2012 she appeared at the Port Eliot Festival, The Wellcome Institute, Hide & Seek's Southbank Weekender, Dialogue Books Berlin, Shakespeare & Company Paris and the Melbourne Writers' Festival.
A collection of short stories will be published later this year by 3:AM Press. She is currently working on a book about love, space and cyberspace.
This website was a Webby Honouree in 2008.