Ruqaya Izzidien

Ruqaya Izzidien is an Iraqi-Welsh writer, editor, and sensitivity reader currently focusing on the representation of Arab and Muslim communities. She was educated in Lampeter, Wales and then at... more

Esyllt Angharad Lewis

Esyllt Angharad Lewis is a freelance artist, translator and editor. She has a passion for writing, speech and drawing and for bringing them into dialogue to communicate tensions around identity,... more

Marek Torčík

Marek Torčík is a poet, novelist and cultural journalist living in Prague. He holds an MA in Anglophone literatures and cultures from Charles University in Prague, and his debut poetry […]

Jan Škrob

Jan Škrob (1988 Prague) is a Czech poet and translator living in Prague. His three poetry collections are Pod dlažbou (Under the Pavement, 2016), Reál (Reality, 2018) and Země slunce (The Land... more

Maithreyi Karnoor

Maithreyi Karnoor (b.1983) is a poet, writer and translator of Kannada literature into English. She was born in Hubli and raised in Mudhol. Growing up in this small town in […]

Iestyn Tyne

Iestyn Tyne was brought up on a farm in Boduan, Pen Llŷn and following his school education, he studied for a degree in Welsh at Aberystwyth University, graduating in 2018. He […]

Maja Ručević

Maja Ručević (1983, Zagreb) graduated from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb with majors in Croatian and French. She works as a journalist and translator and is the […]

Kristina Kočan

Kristina Kočan, (1981)  Poet and translator. PhD in contemporary American poetry at the Faculty of Arts, University of Maribor. Published four poetry collections: Selišča (Migratory Places,... more

Davorin Lenko

Davorin Lenko (1984) is a Slovenian author of short stories, poems, essays and novels. In 2014, he received the Kresnik Award for the best novel of the year for Telesa v temi [Bodies in […]

Dylan Moore

Dylan is a prolific commentator on the culture of Wales, leading policy work on media and democracy for the Institute of Welsh Affairs, for whom he has edited the welsh […]