Suji Kwock Kim is the author of Notes from the Divided Country, which won the Addison Metcalf Award, the Walt Whitman Award, the Whiting Writers’ Award, the Bay Area Book Reviewers/ Northern California Book Award, and was a finalist for the Griffin Prize.Her chapbook, Notes from the North, was a winner in the 2018/2019 […] Joey Connolly grew up in Sheffield and now lives in London, where he works as Head of Faber Academy.
She has performed her autobiographical poem cycle ‘Self-portrait without Breasts’ across the UK and Ireland, and in the USA and Canada.
Other poetry publications include Treasure Ground, Breastless and CELL.
She’s had poems in the LRB, Poetry London, Ambit, and The Rialto among others and was a finalist for the Arts Foundation Fellowship in Poetry.
She’s completed residencies for the National Trust, Tate Britain, K6 Gallery and Royal Holloway University.
Springlines, a collaboration with the painter Mary Anne Aytoun-Ellis, exploring […] Joanna Guthrie’s first collection Billack’s Bones was published by Rialto in 2007. She has recently completed her second collection Water Person Kit.
Her poems have been published in The Poetry Review, Butcher’s Dog, Magma, Poetry Ireland, Poetry Ireland Review and Rialto.Kat was the first person to win a televised poetry slam in the UK, on BBC3 in 2004, and a year later went on to win the World Slam Poetry Championships in Rotterdam.As a playwright, Kat has […] Sharon Olds (born November 19, 1942) is an American poet.Patricia Childerhouse is a lifelong lover of poetry but teaching A-level Eng Lit for twenty years put her off trying to write any.Now in her crone-age she is having a go and enjoying it.Her collaborative installation The Six Pillars of […] Nick Garrard works as a teacher in London, where he lives with his girlfriend and their cheese plant, Chas.He has written for 3AM, Literary Review and the Independent on Sunday.She was longlisted for The Poetry Society’s National Poetry Competition 2018.Pauline interprets her lived world with words and pictures: the bleak Pennine moors inform a poetry of grief for Earth’s uncertain future alongside […] Clare Best’s first full collection, Excisions, was shortlisted for the Seamus Heaney Centre Prize 2012.He received an Eric Gregory Award in 2012 and his first collection, Long Pass, was published by Carcanet in 2017.Pauline Sturges has a Masters in Creative Writing (Novels) and was shortlisted for the Bridport Prize in 2016 and in 2018.