Manoj Kerai is a British Indian writer. He was born in August 1988 and has lived in London his whole life.
At secondary school he carried out a number of social justice campaigns and was involved in many fundraising initiatives. He went onto study BSc Psychology and MA Social Anthropology, both at Goldsmiths, University of London. It was at Goldsmiths, where his interest in Human Rights and desire to change the world was nurtured. He was Goldsmiths Students’ Union’s first Welfare & Diversity Officer and the role allowed him to understand inequality and the struggle for equality faced by disadvantaged groups. It was whilst working at Goldsmiths that the idea for his debut novel, The Burning Bride was formulated. After leaving Goldsmiths… Read more
The Burning Bride