Tammie Ash is a new writer from Bradford keen to bring more South Asian voices to books. She’s hoping to write for children and tell stories that include the culture and experiences of Indian women.
She’s an alumna of New Writing North’s ‘A Writing Chance’ scheme for working-class voices. As part of this, she’s written for publications such as The New Statesman and The Mirror and was part of the ‘Margins to Mainstream’ podcast on BBC Sounds which featured Michael Sheen.
She recently completed training in investigative journalism with the Centre for Investigative Journalism on the Lyra McKee Scheme 2022 alongside her day job as a researcher in factual TV where she’s worked on shows for Channel 4 and the BBC. Prior to this, she studied and worked as a civil engineer.