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AINOHA SANTOS GOICOECHEA (pronounced "I-know- ah") is from the Basque Country, Spain. She is an alumnus of the University of Oxford, her play “Violet” premiered at the Ignite Festival.

ALICE BROOKER is a poet and English Literature undergraduate at the University of Oxford. Her work has been published with Young Poets Network and Mosaique Press, among others. Her first collection, is Men Made From Candles (Frosted Fire, 2024)

BASTION RED has studied music and education at the University of Toronto and musicology at the University of Western Ontario. He is an alumnus of the MSt in Creative Writing at Oxford University and currently lives in Toronto.


BIDDY VOUSDEN is a writer, and reader, of mainly fiction and poetry. She lives in Abergavenny, in South Wales.


CATHERINE DIGMAN is reading History at Harris Manchester. In her heart she knows that History is the greatest fiction of all time.

Instagram: @CatherineDigman


CHARLOTTE DE MARIA is a passionate Secondary English Teacher, but outside school besides her love of oranges, enjoys swimming, reading and cheese.

instagram: @charlottedemaria


DOMENIC SUNTRAPAK is an alumnus of the MSt in Creative Writing at Oxford. He is presently working on his first collection, which investigates the overlap of anatomical and urban geographies.


DYLAN SQUIRES studies Engineering at University College. He is part of the committee for the Percy Shelley Poetry Society and enjoys procrastinating studying by going rock climbing.

Instagram: @percyshelleypoetrysoc


EDWARD FELDMAN is an alumnus of the Practical Ethics masters program.


EESHANI BENDALE is an Ayurvedic physician and has studied Nanomedicine at Swansea University. She is studying Evidence-Based Medicine at the University of Oxford and is a sucker for great stories.

instagram: @eeshani_bendale X: @EeshaniBendale


ELEN JONES is an author, visual artist, and performance artist living in Kent. She is the author of an oracle deck Voices of the Dark Mothers, and is currently in process of editing a book of cunning wisdom. 

Instagram & Facebook: @SpiralPriestess


ELIJAH WONG MAN SHUN studies English Language and Literature at Harris Manchester College.


ELISE MAY is just another old heart in a young body, wishing she could fall for a man instead of a boy.


EMILIANO CRUZ VILLANUEVA is an alumnus of the Creative Writing MSt. He is an illustrator for the Oxford Blue, and strongly believes in storytelling as a source of hope and connection.

instagram: @emi.c.vllnv


EMILY GREEN is an alumnus of Creative Writing at Somerville College. If she had a life interesting enough to merit a bio, perhaps she wouldn’t spend her time making things up.

FREYA ZIYAN LU is an aspiring Egyptologist among many other things.

instagram: @freya_zl


GALIA ADMONI is a writer, musician, crafter, and Head of English, media and film at a school in London. She has lectured at the Shakespeare Institute, BFI, British Library and is on the committee for the London Association for the Teaching of English.


GEORGIE CARROLL is the author of Mouse (Animal) Reaktion Books, and has published short stories in the Asia Literary Review, Kyoto Journal, The Fortnightly Review, Coldnoon, and is working on a novel.


GRIFFIN GUDAITIS has published in The Purple and The Isis Magazine. An MSt student at Oxford in English (650-1550) he specializes in Old English poetry and the literature of animal tricksters in fairy tales. He comes from the same town where The Sopranos was filmed and plays rugby for the university team.

HANNAH LEDLIE is an Edinburgh-born and Manchester-based writer interested in form and futurism. She was shortlisted for the BBC Young Writers’ Award 2015, and a winner of Penguin’s ‘Platform Pride’ poetry competition in 2019. Her work has featured in a number of publications, including Ambit, Gutter, and Magma. Hannah is an alumnus of the MSt in Creative Writing at the University of Oxford.


HEATHER KAYTON a DPhil in Education student. Formerly a primary school teacher in Johannesburg, she now investigates fairness in reading assessments for the South African context.


I.CARON worries too much and gets easily infatuated with her professors. ‘Any bad sentence has the germ of something good’. je sais bien mais quand même.


IESTYN ARWEL is an actor and director. He really enjoys good old fashioned romance.


IMOGEN USHERWOOD is a fiction writer, playwright, director and very occasional poet, currently studying for an MSt in Creative Writing at Oriel College, Oxford. Her work has been published in Mslexia, Joyland, and The Oxford Review of Books among other places. She is represented by MMB Creative.

Instagram & X: @imogenusherwood

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