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Katrina Naomi received an Authors’ Foundation award from the Society of Authors for her third full collection, Wild Persistence, (Seren, June 2020). Katrina has published four pamphlets of poetry, including the Japan-themed Typhoon Etiquette (Verve Poetry Press, 2019). Her poetry has appeared on Radio 4’s Front Rowand Poetry Please, and on Poems on the Underground.

Katrina was the first poet-in-residence at the Brontë Parsonage Museum and was highly commended in the 2017 Forward Prize for Poetry. She has a PhD in creative writing (Goldsmiths) and tutors for Arvon, Tŷ Newydd and the Poetry School. She lives in Cornwall.




Jinny Fisher lives in Glastonbury. Magazine appearances include Lighthouse, The Interpreter’s House, Under the Radar, Domestic Cherry, Tears in the Fence, Prole, and Ink, Sweat & Tears. Her poems have been commended and placed in national and international competitions, including as runner-up in Prole Laureate 2020.  Until Covid-19 put its brakes on, Jinny’s Poetry Pram took poetry to a wider audience at festivals, for random one-to-one readings. Her first pamphlet, The Escapologist, was published by V. Press in February 2019.