Avrina Prabala-Joslin writes fiction and poetry on the fluidity of things, place, space and time. She is obsessed with memories, of childhood – they pervade and evade, an ebb and flow characteristic of her desire for the sea. Currently, she is a Doctoral Researcher at the University of Göttingen and is working on theorizing feminist digital memory. She has an MA in Writing from the University of Warwick and has published on a few platforms such as Elsewhere Lit, Bird’s Thumb and Coldnoon. Apart from performing at spoken word events, she posts snippets of poetry on Instagram (@avrinajoslin). Her short story “The Plumage”, was shortlisted for the Berlin Writing Prize 2019. Avrina Prabala-Joslin is currently compiling a collection of feminist short fiction. After having lived in many cities in India, England, Italy and Romania, she recently found home in Berlin.
The Apple Elusionist.Novel, 2010, Virgin Leaf Books.
Playing with Fiction, 2016, Elsewhere Lit.
The Plumage, Short story, 2020, KLAK Verlag.