Miki Lentin is a debut novelist, who completed his first novel Winter Sun while completing an MA in Creative Writing at Birkbeck, University of London. Originally from Dublin, he lives in London with his wife and two daughters, and until last year worked at the British Library. Having previously run his own café and built a house with his wife, Miki currently freelances as a consultant in the creative sector.
Miki took up writing while travelling the world with his family a few years ago, and this year was a finalist in the 2020 Irish Writer’s Centre Novel Fair. As well as writing his first book, he writes short stories, the most recent of which achieved second prize in the short story memoir competition with Fish Publishing. He has also been published by Momaya Press and Village Raw Magazine, and writes book reviews for MIR Online.
Miki is also a Trustee of The Reading Agency, volunteers with the Refugee Council and at refugee camps in Calais and Greece, and dreams of one day running a café again.