Dr Nuala Watt

Dr Nuala Watt holds a PhD from the University of Glasgow on the role of partial sight in poetics. She is a member of the Clydebuilt poetry mentoring scheme. Her poems have appeared in Magma and Gutter as well as on BBC Radio 3 and in the webzine Jacket2.  Poems also recently appeared in Be … More Dr Nuala Watt

nick-e melville

nick-e melville is a poet and sometime artist based in Edinburgh, primarily grafting in the fields of found, erasure, process and visual poetics, with occasional departure poems. He is currently working toward a practice-based PhD at the University of Glasgow – his thesis, The Imperative Commands, is a 365 page book of days constructed from … More nick-e melville

Professor Jeffrey Robinson

In most of his teaching and writing Jeffrey Robinson attempts to rethink the fundamental principles of the poetics of Romanticism. Among his nineteen books are Radical Literary Education: A Classroom Experiment with Wordsworth’s Ode (1987), The Walk: Notes on a Romantic Image(1989, rep. in pbk in 2006), Romantic Presences: Living Images from the Age of Wordsworth and Shelley (1995), Reception and Poetics … More Professor Jeffrey Robinson

Dr Lila Matsumoto

Lila Matsumoto is a poet and researcher based in Glasgow. Publications include Allegories from my Kitchen(Sad Press, 2015) and the forthcoming Soft Troika (If a Leaf Falls Press), and poems in anthologies and journals such as Jacket2, Archive of the Now, Rivet, The Other Room Anthology, DATABLEED, Dusie, Anything Anymore Anywhere, and Zarf. Lila is … More Dr Lila Matsumoto

Dr Colin Herd

Colin Herd is a poet and Lecturer in Creative Writing at the University of Glasgow. His publications includetoo ok (BlazeVOX, 2011),Glovebox (Knives, Forks and Spoons, 2013) and Oberwildling – with SJ Fowler(Austrian Cultural Forum, 2015).  A frequent collaborator with artists, the book works blots (2014) and The Open Wound (2015) have been shown at Edinburgh … More Dr Colin Herd

Dr Calum Rodger

Calum Rodger is a Glasgow-based poet, scholar and performer. He holds a PhD in Scottish Literature from the University of Glasgow for his thesis ‘From Stonypath to Little Sparta: Navigating the Work of Ian Hamilton Finlay’, and has published prize-winning research in the field of digital poetics. His work explores experiment and innovation in modernist … More Dr Calum Rodger