Pauline Campbell

Pauline grew up in north and east London to Jamaican parents. As a child she loved to read, and dreamed of becoming a lawyer, but when she was told at.. Read More

Valentine Carter

Valentine Carter grew up in a small village, escaped to the capital and now lives by the sea. They recently completed an MA in creative writing at Birkbeck, University of.. Read More

Timi Odueso

Timi Odueso is an undergraduate student who will read anything, anything other than his law books. He is the winner of the 2019 Sevhage Nonfiction Prize and a Literary Critic.. Read More

Stephanie Wilderspin

Stephanie Wilderspin grew up in Essex, raised by the stereotype of a single mother on benefits. She graduated with a degree in American Literature with Creative Writing from the University.. Read More

Selma Carvalho

Selma Carvalho is a prize-winning British Asian writer and author of three non-fiction books documenting the Goan presence in colonial East Africa. Her poetry and fiction have been widely published... Read More

Nathan Alling Long

Nathan Alling Long’s work appears in over 100 publications, including Tin House, Glimmer Train, Story Quarterly and The Sun. His stories have won international contests and been nominated for the.. Read More

Mitra Teymoorian

Mitra Teymoorian was born in Tehran in 1968. She studied painting and photography, which she went on to teach at the University. As she turned forty writing became her foremost passion.. Read More

Mubanga Kalimamukwento

Mubanga Kalimamukwento is a Zambian writer and lawyer. Her first novel, The Mourning Bird (Jacana) won the Dinaane Debut Fiction Award in 2019. She won the Kalemba Short Story Prize.. Read More

Michael Harris Cohen

Michael Harris Cohen has been published in various magazines and anthologies including Black Candies, The Dark, Catapult’s Tiny Crimes, The Exposition Review and Conjunctions. He is the winner of the.. Read More

Kiki Gonglewski

Kiki Gonglewski, a sophomore at Columbia University, is a storyteller avidly exploring different media. When she is not catching up on classes or working with disconcertingly focused vision on making.. Read More

Fernando Torres

Fernando Torres is a short-story writer, freelance journalist, musician and poet, contributing to media outlets such as La Opinión de la Bahia, Fresno’s Radio Bilingue, and El Tecolote SF Newspaper... Read More

Deborah Green

Deborah Green is a graduate of Liverpool John Moores Imaginative Writing programme. She teaches bodywork internationally and has written extensively on her journey through sex work. Her stories are from.. Read More

Catherine Rudolph

Catherine Rudolph is a part-time writer and educator at the University of Cape Town. She recently completed her Masters in Creative Writing. She struggles to define her work as ‘fiction’,.. Read More

Ali Said

Ali Said is a mixed-race, gay writer. Born in Dagenham, he went to school in the UAE before returning to London for university. He has since lived in places as.. Read More