Bonnie Lander Johnson
I'm a Fellow of Downing, Cambridge and Blackfriars, Oxford.
I write fiction, journalism, academic books about Shakespeare and Renaissance culture and critical editions of Catholic women writers.
In Cambridge, I teach Literature and represent the University on the BBC / Cambridge National Short Story Award.
My agent is Anna Power at Johnson & Alcock.
Fiction & Non-Fiction
Vanishing Landscapes, Hodder & Stoughton (2025)
'Treasure', Hinterland 10 (2022), nominated for the Pushcart Prize, 2023
'Idolatry' Shortlisted for the Royal Literary Society V.S Pritchett Prize (2021) and the Brick Lane Bookshop Short Story Award (2022)
'Green', HOWL (2022), nominated for the Pushcart Prize 2023
'The Tree That Grows Forever', Dappled Things (2022), second place in the Jacques Maritain Prize