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8 – Julie-Ann Rowell is a Bristol-based poetry teacher and mentor. Her first poetry pamphlet, Convergence, won a Poetry Book Society Award. Her latest collection, Voices in the Garden, was published by Lapwing Publications.

10 – Jessica Kashdan-Brown currently divides her time between the University of Warwick’s writing programme and working on the installation of a poetry route along the Kennet and Avon canal.

is a published flash fiction writer. Her flash fairytale came

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