Ben Bransfield

Ben Bransfield was born in Shropshire and now lives in London. His poems have featured in Primers: Volume Two (Nine Arches), Poetry Ireland Review, Poetry Salzburg Review, The North, Magma, Oxford Poetry, and elsewhere. Publications 2 poems. ‘Refresher Course’, ‘Ars Poetica’, Poetry Wales (Vol 55.3, Spring 2020) Link: ‘Powder Closet, Southside House’, Orbis (Vol […]

Zoë Wells

Zoë Wells is a writer, poet, and recent graduate from the University of Warwick’s BA in English Literature and Creative Writing program. She grew up in Geneva, Switzerland, before moving to the UK to study at UWC Atlantic College, Wales.She primarily writes long-form fiction and is an aspiring novelist. Her work has been featured in […]

David Hawkins

David Hawkins grew up on the Severn Estuary and is now based in Bristol. He is a writer, book editor and naturalist, with a particular interest in aquatic plants, bryophytes and true bugs. Recent work appears in Arc Poetry, B O D Y, Blackbox Manifold, Channel, Datableed, The Goose, Interpreter’s House, Magma, Molly Bloom, Otoliths […]

Andrew McMillan

Andrew McMillan two prizewinning collection of poetry are physical and playtime, both published by Jonathan Cape. His new collection, pandemonium, is due in 2021. Publications “Poem title”, Journal Title (Volume 55.1, Summer 2019) Link: Book title (Poetry Wales Press, 2019) Link: Upcoming events and forthcoming publications N/A Further information Twitter: @andrewpoetry Facebook: / […]

Tamar Yoseloff

Tamar Yoseloff’s sixth collection, The Black Place, was published by Seren in 2019. She’s also the author of Formerly, a chapbook incorporating photographs by Vici MacDonald (Hercules Editions, 2012) shortlisted for the Ted Hughes Award; two collaborative editions with artist Linda Karshan; and a book with artist Charlotte Harker. She’s a freelance tutor in creative […]

Seán Hewitt

Seán Hewitt was born in 1990. He lectures in English literature at Trinity College Dublin, and is a Book Critic for The Irish Times. He won a Northern Writers’ Award in 2016, the Resurgence Prize in 2017, and an Eric Gregory Award in 2019. Tongues of Fire (Cape, 2020) is his debut collection of poetry, and is […]

Khairani Barokka

Khairani Barokka is an Indonesian writer, poet, and artist in London, whose work has been presented extensively, in sixteen countries. Among Okka’s honours, she was Modern Poetry in Translation’s Inaugural Poet-In-Residence, an NYU Tisch Departmental Fellow, a UNFPA Indonesian Young Leader Driving Social Change for arts practice and research, and is currently Researcher-in-Residence at University of […]

Phil Jones

Phil Jones is a writer and musician who was born in Birmingham, was a teenager in Pembrokeshire and now lives in Cardiff. He has a Creative Writing MA from Cardiff University, is a Hay Festival Writer@Work and won 3rd place in the inaugural New Welsh Writing Awards. His debut album Hawaii was released in 2017 […]

Wendy Pratt

Wendy Pratt is an award winning poet living on the coast in North Yorkshire. She has four published collections of poetry, her current collection Gifts the Mole Gave Me is available from Valley Press. Her next collection, When I Think of My Body as a Horse will also be available soon. Wendy is currently editor […]

Vicky Morris

Vicky Morris is a poet and creative educator from North Wales living in Sheffield. She’s been published, or is forthcoming, in places like Butcher’s Dog, The Rialto, The Interpreter’s House, Under the Radar, Brittle Star, and Verse Matters anthology (Valley Press). She won first place in the Prole Laureate Poetry Competition 2019, was highly commended […]