Davina Quinlivan is a UK-based writer and academic. She is author of several academic books including 'The Place of Breath in Cinema' (EUP, 2014) and 'The Spirit of the Beehive' for the BFI Modern Classics series (Bloomsbury, forthcoming). Her creative writing and journalism has featured in Cleo, Lola, The Times Higher culture section, Another Mag, Dazed Digital, Little White Lies and Litro. She is developing a memoir/ nature writing about moving to rural England after her father's death from lung cancer and her post-colonial, South East Asian heritage.
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