Suzannah V. Evans is a poet, editor, and critic. She is the author of Brightwork and Marine Objects / Some Language, and the editor of All Keyboards are Legitimate: Versions of Jules Laforgue. A selection of her work appears in New Poetries VIII. Her poetry has been broadcast on BBC Radio, performed at international festivals, and awarded the Ivan Juritz Prize for Creative Experiment and a Northern Writers’ Award from New Writing North. She completed her AHRC-funded PhD in modern poetry at Durham University.

Her extensive experience of designing and delivering creative writing education activities includes her position as Associate Teacher in Creative Writing at the University of Bristol. She has taught poetry at Durham University and led workshops for organisations including Underfall boatyard in Bristol, The Rockfield Centre in Oban, and the Scottish Association for Marine Science. Her teaching practice centres on play and experimentation, with interactive exercises designed to encourage students into new ways of thinking and writing. She is on Twitter @SuzannahVEvans.