Leo Boix is a Latino British poet, translator and journalist based in the UK. Boix is a fellow of The Complete Works Program and co-director of ‘Invisible Presence’, a scheme to nurture new young voices of Latino poets in the UK. He has published two collections in Spanish and his first English collection Ballad of a Happy Immigrant came out in June 2021 from Chatto Books.
Liz Berry was born in the Black Country and now lives in Birmingham. Her first book of poems, Black Country (Chatto 2014), described as a ‘sooty, soaring hymn to her native West Midlands’ by The Guardian and received a Somerset Maugham Award. Liz is a patron of Writing West Midlands and works as a tutor for organizations including the Arvon Foundation and The Poetry School.
Alireza Abiz is an Iranian poet, literary critic and translator. Abiz has also worked in the media as a journalist and broadcast journalist and is currently employed as the Creative Director in a media company. He has been working with the Poetry Translation Centre for a few years now, leading workshops on poetry from Iran and Afghanistan and serving on the board of trustees.