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Claire Calman

Claire Calman is a novelist and journalist. She has had six novels published, including her most recent, A Second-Hand Husband (June 2021).


Her previous novels are:


Love is a Four-Letter Word

Lessons for a Sunday Father

I Like it Like That

Cross My Heart and Hope to Die

Growing Up for Beginners


She has also written numerous short stories for magazines and anthologies, and her humorous column about the Coronavirus pandemic, ‘The C-Word,’ appeared weekly in the Jewish Chronicle. She writes two occasional columns for the JC, ‘Diary of a Semi-Shiksa’ – about being half-Jewish – under her pseudonym, Zelda Leon and Claire Calman’s Week.

She lives in London.



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