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Tiffany Atkinson is the author of four poetry collections: Kink and Particle (Seren, 2006), a PBS Recommendation and winner of the Jerwood Aldeburgh First Collection Prize; Catulla et al (Bloodaxe, 2011) a TLS Book of the Year; So Many Moving Parts, (Bloodaxe 2014), a PBS Recommendation and winner of the Roland Mathias Poetry Prize, and Lumen (Bloodaxe 2021), a PBS Recommendation. She is currently working on a book about poetry, ethics and embarrassment. Tiffany lives in Norwich and is a Leverhulme Research Fellow and Professor of Creative Writing (Poetry) at the University of East Anglia.
Tristan Coleshaw is a poet and performer based in Norwich. In 2019 they were shortlisted for the Bridport Poetry Prize, and their work has appeared in publications including Unbroken, Lunar Poetry and Cha: An Asian Literary Journal. Their collaborations with artist/director Alice Evans have been exhibited at Tate Britain and at numerous art and film festivals internationally. Tristan is the 2020/21 recipient of the Ink, Sweat and Tears scholarship on UEA’s MA Creative Writing Poetry.
Eve Esfandiari Denney is a British/Iranian poet from South London. She is studying an MA in Creative Writing at UEA after receiving the Birch Family Scholarship. Her work has been featured in Bath magg, Riggwelter press and The Manchester Review.