Davina Quinlivan is a writer and visiting research fellow at King’s College London. ‘Shalimar: A Story of Place and Migration’ is her literary debut. Her writing has been published in The Willowherb Review, Litro, The Clearing and Caught by The River. She is also author of several academic monographs including The Spirit of the Beehive (BFI Film Classics) and Filming the Body in Crisis. Her work has featured as part of programmed, public events with The BFI, The Wallace Collection, The Urban Tree Festival and The Serpentine Gallery. She runs the popular film seminar series F: For Flânerie at The Freud Museum and is part of the teaching ensemble at The New School of the Anthropocene, alongside Marina Warner and Robert Macfarlane. Spiracle Audio will be adapting Shalimar. Davina is currently working on a new project entitled ‘Waterlines’ on rivers and migration.
- Shalimar - Little Toller, March 2022
Current Events and Projects
- Shute literary festival - September 2022
- Urban Tree festival - May 2022
- Bookbag - June 2022
- Stanfords Books, Bristol - March 2022