NATALIE ANN HOLBOROW
Natalie Ann Holborow is a Swansea-born writer and won both the Terry Hetherington Award and Robin Reeves Prize in 2015. She has been shortlisted and commended for various other awards including the Bridport Prize, the National Poetry Competition and the Hippocrates Prize for Poetry and Medicine. Her debut collection, And Suddenly You Find Yourself (Parthian, 2017) was listed as one of Wales Arts Review's 'Best of 2017'. Her second poetry collection, Small, is to be published by Parthian in 2020. She posts regular advice for writers on her blog at www.natalieholborow.com.
Olivia Tuck has had poetry and prose published in literary journals and websites including The Interpreter's House, Lighthouse, Amaryllis, Atrium, Algebra of Owls and Three Drops from a Cauldron. Her work also features in the Fly on the Wall charity anthologies Please Hear What I'm Not Saying and Persona Non Grata.
She is an autism and mental health warrior with a newly-found love of partying since she started studying for a BA in Creative Writing at Bath Spa University. Her pamphlet Things Only Borderlines Know -- a series of poems about what emotions can do! -- is forthcoming with Black Rabbit Press.
Find her on Twitter: @livtuckwrites