Helen Jukes (pictured) writes about environment, relationship and the body. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, Aeon, and others. Her first book, A Honeybee Heart has Five Openings, is published in the UK and Europe, North America and Australia. It was listed as a Book of the Year by Landlines Nature, Five Books and Glamour UK, Book of the Month in BBC Countryfile, and Book of the Week at the London Review of Books. It was shortlisted for the Books Are My Bag non-fiction award.
Rachel Bower is a poet and fiction writer based in Sheffield. She is the author of two poetry collections and a non-fiction book on literary letters. Her poems and stories have been published in literary magazines, including The London Magazine, The White Review, Magma and Stand.
Helena Hunter is a Midlands4Cities-funded PhD candidate at NTU. She is a graduate of the Slade School of Fine Art, and works across poetry, visual art and science.
Annie Cross is a second-year student on the BA Creative Writing at NTU
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In association with the Creative Writing Hub at NTU
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