Tice Cin is an interdisciplinary artist from North London. Her novel Keeping the House is set in and around the north London heroin trade. She is a recent recipient of a Society of Authors Somerset Maugham Prize, and was shortlisted for Book of the Year at the British Book Awards. A DJ and music producer, she is preparing to release an accompanying album for Keeping the House, featuring music from members the art collective, Fwrdmtn, such as Kareem Parkins-Brown and Latekid. In 2022, she produced, self-funded and directed her first music video.
Tice Cin on Granta.com
Essays & Memoir | The Online Edition
‘If you’re raised without these codes, if you’re not from ends, you won’t find the routes and you won’t find us.’
Tice Cin on class, housing estates and hood surrealism.
Podcasts | The Online Edition
Podcast | Tice Cin
‘Careful when you turn your eyes towards someone, you allow them the chance to turn theirs on you.’
Tice Cin on her debut novel Keeping the House.