BELINDA ZHAWI is a Zimbabwean writer and author of Small Inheritances (ignitionpress, 2018) and co-founder of BORN::FREE. Belinda experiments with sound as MA.MOYO – she’s been featured on platforms including Boiler Room, BBC Radio, & Worldwide FM.
JESSICA WOOD is a British poet based in Lisbon. Her poems are excavations of the question ‘what does it mean to be human?’
ANDREW VAN DER VLIES is a South African-born writer educated at the University of Oxford. He is currently professor of contemporary literature at Queen Mary University of London.
SUE VICKERMAN’s published translations include Kathrin Schmidt: Twenty Poems (Arc, 2020) and poems in The Poetry Review and Stockholm Review. Her translation of Schmidt’s story collection will be published in 2021. suevickerman.eu
STEPHANIE SY-QUIA is a freelance writer and critic based in London. Her writing has been featured in The Poetry Review, Poetry London, The TLS, and others. She is a member of the Ledbury Emerging Poetry Critics Programme.
RYAN SCOTT’s translation of Jiří Kolář’s collection A User’s Manual was released by Twisted Spoon Press.
ANKITA SAXENA is a poet and playwright based in London. She is part of the Octavia Collective of womxn of colour poets and a former Barbican Young Poet.
JULIA ANASTASIA PELOSI-THORPE translates into English and into XML (TEI). Her translations of Italian and Latin poetry are published in the Journal of Italian Translation, Griffith Review, Asymptote, Los Angeles Review, Oberon Poetry, and more.
JENNY O’SULLIVAN is a writer, comic artist and drag performer from Huddersfield. Having studied languages, they now work as a curatorial trainee in Leicester and translate for a German gallery.
VICTORIA MOUL lives in London where she teaches and writes mainly about Latin and English poetry. She has a long-standing interest in Sanskrit literature.