Winnie M. Li is a writer, producer, and activist. Her debut novel, DARK CHAPTER, is winner of The Guardian’s Not The Booker Prize 2017, and was nominated for an Edgar Award and the Best First Novel Award. It has been translated into ten languages worldwide. Partly inspired by her own assault, it explores a rape from the perspective of both victim and perpetrator. She is also a PhD researcher at the London School of Economics, researching media engagement by rape survivors as a form of activism. As Co-Founder of the Clear Lines Festival, Winnie advocates around sexual violence, and has appeared on the BBC, Sky News, Channel 4, Channel 5, The Guardian, The Times, The Mail on Sunday, BBC Woman’s Hour. She has an honorary doctorate from the National University of Ireland in recognition of her writing and activism.