Kate Houlden is a Lecturer at Liverpool John Moores University, and her work focuses on questions of gender and sexuality in post-war Caribbean literature. She is currently under contract with Routledge to complete a monograph entitled �‘The Sex Life Gone Wild’: Sex and Sexuality in the Post-war Anglophone Caribbean Novel�. She has written previously for the journal Memory Studies and reviewed for New Formations and the Journal of Postcolonial Writing. She also has articles in Interventions (Special Issue: Postcolonial Intimacies), LGBT Transnational Identity in Media: Post Colonial - Post Queer (ed. Chris Pullen, Palgrave MacMillan) and Beyond Windrush (eds. Leah Reade Rosenberg and J. Dillon Brown), and is a co-founder of the Postgraduate Feminist Reading Group at the Institute of English Studies, University of London.
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