Nia Davies is a poet and literary curator. She graduated from the University of Sussex in 2006 with an English literature degree and has since worked on several literary and not-for-profit projects. She is communications manager for Literature Across Frontiers. In 2014 she became editor of international magazine Poetry Wales. From 2013 to 2014 she co-edited the online magazines Poems in Which and Solidarity Park poems for Occupy Gezi. She also co-curated Gelynion – the Welsh Enemies project on collaboration in contemporary poetry in 2015. Nia is on the executive committee of Wales PEN Cymru.
Nia’s debut pamphlet of poems Then Spree came out from Salt in 2012. Her recent publication is Çekoslovakyalılaştıramadıklarımızdanmısınız or Long Words from Hafan/Boiled String and a full-length collection of her poetry will be published in 2017. Her essays, poems and other writings have been published internationally.
Nia grew up in Sheffield and now lives in Wales.