Anna Kisby is a poet, archivist and author of the pamphlet All the Naked Daughters (Against the Grain Press, 2017). She won the Binsted Arts prize 2019, BBC Proms Poetry competition 2016, and was commended in Faber’s New Poets Scheme. Her poetry appears in magazines including Magma, Under the Radar, Butcher’s Dog, Mslexia, and anthologies – most recently The Emma Press Anthology of Contemporary Gothic Verse. She’s worked as a researcher in Creative History at Bristol University, and in 2020 tutored a course for Poetry School, UK on writing the hidden stories of historical sources. Originally from London, she now lives in the rural south-west of England.