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Jane Commane was born in Coventry and lives and works in Warwickshire. Her first full-length collection, Assembly Lines, was published by Bloodaxe in 2018, and was longlisted for the 2019 Michael Murphy Memorial Prize for a distinctive first book of poetry. Her poetry has featured in anthologies including The Best British Poetry 2011 (Salt Publishing) and Staying Human (Bloodaxe) as well as in The Guardian, Butcher’s Dog and Poetry Birmingham Literary Journal. In 2016, she was chosen to join Writing West Midlands’ Room 204 writer development programme, and in 2017 she was awarded a Jerwood Compton Poetry Fellowship. Jane is director and editor at Nine Arches Press, co-editor of Under the Radar magazine and is co-author (with Jo Bell) of How to Be a Poet, a creative writing handbook and blog series.
Chaucer Cameron is the author of In An Ideal World I’d Not be Murdered [Against The Grain 2021]. She has been published in journals, magazines and anthologies, including: Under the Radar, Poetry Salzburg, The North, The Blue Nib, Ink Sweat and Tears, and Interpreters House, Chaucer is creator of Wild Whispers an international film project, and regularly curates and presents poetry film at events and festivals. She is co-editor of the online magazine Poetry Film Live.