Jill Munro

Jill Munro has been widely published in poetry magazines including The Rialto, The Fenland Reed and  The Frogmore Press and has been long-listed three times for the National Poetry Competition. Her first collection ‘Man from La Paz’ was published in 2015 by Green Bottle Press. She won the Fair Acre Press Pamphlet Competition 2015 with […]

Kathy Miles

Kathy Miles was born in Liverpool, and now lives in West Wales. Her third collection of poetry, Gardening With Deer, was published by Cinnamon Press in 2016, and a short pamphlet, Inside the Animal House, by Rack Press in 2018.  Her work has appeared widely in magazines and anthologies, and she is a previous winner […]

Dai George

Dai George is a poet, novelist and critic from Cardiff, now living in London. His first poetry collection was The Claims Office (Seren, 2013), and his next one, titled Karaoke King, will be published next year. He works as reviews editor for Poetry London, and his first novel, The Counterplot, is available as an Audible […]

Adam Sillman

Adam Sillman is a poet and podcaster from Townhill, Swansea. He was the co-founder and host of The Crunch spoken word night, which ran between December 2008 and October 2012 in Uplands, Swansea.  In 2015, Adam brought The Crunch back to life as a multimedia poetry magazine, comprising an online repository of videos and regular […]

Daniel Sluman

Daniel Sluman is a 33-year-old poet and disability rights activist. He co-edited the first major UK Disability anthology Stairs and Whispers: D/deaf and Disabled Poets Write Back, and his second collection the terrible was published by Nine Arches Press in 2015. He has appeared widely in UK poetry journals and he was named one of […]

Susie Wild

Susie Wild is the author of the poetry collection Better Houses (Parthian, 2017), the short story collection The Art of Contraception (Parthian, 2010), listed for the Edge Hill Prize, and the novella Arrivals (Parthian, 2011). Her writing appears in publications like Poetry Digest, The Lonely Crowd, Wales Arts Review, The Lampeter Review and Rising and […]

Stephen Payne

Stephen Payne is a cognitive scientist, currently a Professor of Human-Centric Systems in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Bath.  His first poetry pamphlet, The Probabilities of Balance was published by Smiths Knoll in 2010. His first full collection, Pattern Beyond Chance, was published in 2015, by HappenStance Press. He lives in […]

Zillah Bowes

Zillah is a writer, director and photographer. She has won the Wordsworth Trust Prize and Poems on the Buses Competition, and was shortlisted for the Manchester Poetry Prize, Alpine Fellowship and Wasafiri New Writing Prize, among others. She has received a RSL Literature Matters Award and a Creative Wales Award. Her poems have been published […]

Rhiannon Hooson

Rhiannon Hooson is a poet and author from mid Wales.  She has won major awards for her work, including an Eric Gregory award from the Society of Authors, and performed at literature festivals and venues across Europe and the UK, including the Hay Festival, where she was in residence as a Writer at Work in […]

Michael Loveday

Michael Loveday was born in Wembley, London and has lived in Bath since 2016. His novella-in-flash Three Men on the Edge (V. Press, 2018), a hybrid sequence of prose poetry and flash fiction, was shortlisted for the 2019 Saboteur Award for Best Novella. His poetry pamphlet He Said / She Said was published by HappenStance Press in 2011. Information about […]