Jenny Diski is a regular contributor to The Observer and the London Review of Books. Her first novel, Nothing Natural, the story of a single parent locked in an abusive relationship, was published in 1986. Subsequent novels include Rainforest (1987), Then Again (1990), Happily Ever After (1991), and The Dream Mistress (1996). The Vanishing Princess (1995) is a collection of short stories. More recently Diski has written an autobiography, a book of essays, two television plays and a non-fiction work entitled, On Trying to Keep Still (2006).
“Writing, for me, is about getting the shape and structure of what I want to do straight. The words come later. Anything, like Supernotecard, which lets me play around with and organise ideas in a visual way, is an enormous help.”