In 2010, Irene Sabatini shot to international fame, when she won the Orange Award for New Writers for her first book, The Boy Next Door. Sabatini, who spent her childhood in the laid back city of Bulawayo in Zimbabwe, studied psychology at the University of Zimbabwe and then took a Masters at the Institute of Education in London. She has lived and worked in several countries: teaching in Colombia, conducting research work in Barbadian schools and writing environmental science books for Zimbabwean primary schools. She currently lives in Geneva with her husband and two sons.In November this year, she released follow-on novel, Peace and Conflict: A Boy’s Tale. She talked to Africa Book Club about how she got into writing, life after winning the Orange Award, and her most recent book.
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