Louise Welsh's debut novel The Cutting Room (2002) was nominated for several literary awards including the 2003 Orange Prize for Fiction. It won the Crime Writers' Association Creasey Dagger for the best first crime novel.
Welsh's second major work, the novella Tamburlaine Must Die (2004), fictionally recounts the last few days in the life of 16th-century English dramatist (see Tamburlaine) and poet Christopher Marlowe.
Her fourth novel, Naming the Bones, was published by Canongate Books in March 2010.
As of December 2010, she is the Writer in Residence at Glasgow University and Glasgow School of Art.
Her fifth novel, The Girl on the Stairs is a psychological thriller set in Berlin, and was released in August 2012 by Hodder & Stoughton.
She lives with the writer, Zoe Strachan.
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