Steven Matthews is a poet and critic from Colchester, Essex. He has been a regular reviewer of poetry for London Magazine, Poetry Review, and the TLS, and Poetry Editor for Dublin Quarterly Magazine. He has published two collections: Skying, (Waterloo Press, 2012) and On Magnetism (Two Rivers Press, 2017). In 2016, Steven was an inaugural poet-in-residence at the Museum of Natural History, Oxford, and created new work for the residency anthology Guests of Time (Valley Press): https://oumnh.ox.ac.uk/steven-matthews
Peter Robinson is Professor of English and American Literature at the University of Reading and poetry editor for Two Rivers Press. Volumes of his poetry and translations have been awarded the Cheltenham Prize, the John Florio Prize and two Poetry Book Society Recommendations. His Collected Poems (2017) is published by Shearsman Books. Cambridge University Press published The Sound Sense of Poetry in 2018, and Poetry & Money: A Speculation is due from Liverpool University Press in September 2020. His most recent poetry publication is Bonjour Mr Inshaw (2020), a celebration of the painter, from Two Rivers Press.
Niall Munro is Senior Lecturer in American Literature at Oxford Brookes University where he is also Director of the Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre and the Centre's pamphlet press, ignitionpress. He is the author of Hart Crane's Queer Modernist Aesthetic and is currently working on a book about how modernist writers ‘remembered’ the American Civil War.