Mohammed HanifMohammed Hanif is a British Pakistani writer and journalist. He rose to fame with A Case of Exploding Mangoes, which was long-listed for the Booker Prize, shortlisted for the Guardian First Book Award, and won the Commonwealth Prize for Best Book. His second book, Our Lady of Alice Bhatti, won the Wellcome Book Prize. He also worked as a correspondent for the BBC News based in Karachi and was the writer for its acclaimed drama and the feature film, The Long Night.His play The Dictator’s Wife has been staged at the Hampstead Theatre. Selected Works • A Case of Exploding Mangoes • Our Lady of Alice Bhatti • The Baloch who is not missing and others who are • What Now, Now That We Are Dead? (radio play) • The Dictator’s Wife