Joanna Walsh is a writer and illustrator.
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 twice.
Fractals, her collection of short stories, is published by 3:AM Press.
She has written for Granta, The London Review of Books, The Guardian, The White Review, The European Short Story Network, 3:AM Magazine, Narrative Magazine, Guernica and others.
As an illustrator her work has appeared worldwide in publications ranging from The Economist to the New York Times, Die Woche to Penguin Books. She has created large-scale artworks for the Tate Modern and The Wellcome Institute.
Her appearances include the Port Eliot Festival, The Wellcome Institute, The Southbank, The Cambridge Festival of Ideas, Dialogue Books Berlin, Shakespeare & Company Paris and the Melbourne Writers' Festival.
This website was a Webby Honouree in 2008.
Twitter accounts: @badaude and @readwomen2014