Nina Bhadreshwar trained and worked as a journalist in South Yorkshire before relocating to Watts, Los Angeles in the 1990s with her own magazine. While there, she was recruited to be the press officer and biographer of Death Row Records. She’s worked in woodland management, music journalism and as a high school teacher in England, Scotland and California as well as mentoring foster youth in LA. She paints murals, hikes, and self-publishes poetry and non-fiction.
Nina won the 2022 Little, Brown UEA Crime Fiction Award with her debut novel, The Day of the Roaring.