Sophie White


Sophie White is a novelist, essayist and podcaster from Dublin. She also holds a First-Class Honours degree in Sculpture from NCAD.

Her first four books, Recipes for a Nervous Breakdown (Gill 2016), Filter This (Hachette, 2019), Unfiltered (Hachette, 2020) and The Snag List (Hachette, 2022) have been bestsellers and award nominees.

Her fifth book, the bestselling memoir Corpsing (Tramp Press, 2021), was shortlisted for an Irish Book Award and the Michel Déon Prize for non-fiction.

Her sixth book, Where I End (Tramp Press, 2022) was described as “brilliantly visceral” by the Guardian and “exquisite and disturbing, brutish and beautifully crafted” by The Irish Times. It won the 2022 Shirley Jackson Award – a prize that recognises outstanding achievement in the literature of psychological suspense, horror and dark fantasy.

Her seventh book and fifth novel, My Hot Friend (Hachette, 2023) won the Irish Book Award for Commercial Fiction in 2023.

Sophie writes a weekly column ‘Nobody Tells You’ for the Sunday Independent LIFE magazine and her journalism has been nominated for numerous media awards.

TV adaptations of her first two books are in development and she co-hosts the chart-topping comedy podcast, The Creep Dive and writes the Substack, Death Is Coming.

'I have been lucky enough to work with Tanera since my first novel was published in 2019. From day one, it has been an incredible experience, filled with encouragement and growth. She has been an unwavering pillar of support, always nurturing my writing with her insightful feedback and boundless creativity.

Her enthusiasm for my projects has always spurred me on, especially during the uncertain times unfortunately attendant to all creative careers! I am immensely grateful for both her friendship and her invaluable contributions to my literary career.'


My Hot Friend
Where I End
The Snag List
Filter This
Recipes For A Nervous Breakdown