Phoebe Power

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Phoebe Power was born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, grew up in Cumbria and currently lives in York. Her debut poetry collection, Shrines of Upper Austria (Carcanet, 2018) was awarded the 2018 Forward (Felix Dennis) Prize for Best First Collection, was shortlisted for the 2018 … Continued

Emily Hasler

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Emily Hasler was born in Suffolk but has washed up on the Essex side of the River Stour. She has been a Hawthornden Fellow and received an Eric Gregory Award in 2014. A pamphlet, Natural Histories, was published by Salt … Continued

Deryn Rees-Jones

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Deryn Rees-Jones is a poet, editor and literary critic. Her selected poems, What It’s Like to Be Alive, was published in 2016 and was a PBS Special Commendation. Erato is published in June 2019 and her monograph, Paula Rego: The … Continued

Toby Martinez De Las Rivas

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Toby Martinez de las Rivas was born in 1978. He has published two books with Faber & Faber; Terror (2014) and Black Sun (2018). A recipient of several awards, he has had work published across America, the UK and Europe, … Continued

Marilyn Hacker

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Marilyn Hacker has, in a career spanning more than 40 years, established herself as a pre- eminent poet and translator. She is renowned for her use of form, and her mixing of colloquial and high culture, and has been aptly … Continued

Rachel Long

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Rachel Long is a writer, poet and spoken word artist from London. She has been published by Forward Poetry, The Emma Press and Goldfish Magazine, and has previously been commissioned by Apples and Snakes, SPOKE and Cape Farewell. She is … Continued

Adelaide Ivanova

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Adelaide Ivánova is a Brazilian poet and artist (b. Recife, 1982). She lives between Berlin and Cologne. Her first poetry collection, O Martelo (The Hammer) won the Rio de Janeiro Poetry Prize in 2018. Her work has been featured in … Continued

Don Mee Choi

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Born in Seoul, South Korea, Don Mee Choi is the author of Hardly War (Wave Books, 2016) and The Morning News Is Exciting (Action Books, 2010), and chapbooks Petite Manifesto (Vagabond Press, 2014), Ahn Hak-sôp #4 (The Green Violin, 2018), … Continued

Kim Hyesoon

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Kim Hyesoon, born in 1955, is one of the most prominent and influential contemporary poets of South Korea. She was the first woman poet to receive the prestigious Kim Su-yong and Midang awards, and has been translated into Chinese, French, … Continued

Aleš Šteger

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Slovenian writer Aleš Šteger has published seven books of poetry, three novels, and two books of essays. A Chevalier des Artes et Lettres in France and a member of the Berlin Academy of Arts, he received the 1998 Veronika Prize … Continued