Nalini Paul was born in India - a place she was too young to remember - grew up in Vancouver, and has been living in Scotland since 1994. Her trip to India in January 2008, made possible by a Scottish Arts Council grant, has generated ideas for a book. In December 2008 she graduated with a PhD on Jean Rhys at Glasgow University. She has collaborated with artists, including as Writer-in-Residence at the Ruby Orange Gallery, Biggar; and with the artists' collective Composition, which featured exhibitions in Glasgow and Edinburgh, and the publication of Leaf Fall, Seeing by Touch. Nalini was recently appointed as the George Mackay Brown Writing Fellow in Orkney, where she will be based for one year from mid-October 2009.
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