Jennifer Kavanagh worked in publishing for nearly thirty years, the last fourteen as an independent literary agent. Since becoming a Quaker in 1995, and selling her business a couple of years later, she has run a community centre in London’s East End, worked with street homeless people and refugees, set up a microcredit programme in London, and worked as a research associate for the Prison Reform Trust. She currently sets up microcredit programmes in Africa and facilitates conflict resolution workshops for Alternatives to Violence (AVP), both in prison and in the community. Jennifer is also now engaged in her own writing. She has had six books of her own published, and has edited one, including her first novel, The Emancipation of B that will be published by Roundfire in February 2015.In her latest non-fiction book A Little Book of Unknowing Jennifer invites the reader to step back and let go habitual ways of thinking to leave space to the unknown. For more information visit her website: www.jenniferkavanagh.co.uk. To read the Watkins’ interview to Jennifer Kavanagh click here.