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Julia Bird


Julia Bird grew up in Gloucestershire and now lives in London. She studied at Reading and Sussex Universities and has worked as an arts administrator and literature promoter since graduating. She works part-time for the Poetry School, and produces touring live literature shows as a freelancer. Her first collection Hannah and the Monk was published by Salt in 2008.


 

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Julia Bird grew up in Tetbury, Gloucestershire and now lives in south London. She studied English Language and Literature at Reading University and has an M.A. in Creative Writing and Education from the University of Sussex. Her first job (after the summers spent behind the till of a pick & mix sweetshop) was in an arts centre in the Cotswolds. She moved to London in 1997 to work for the Poetry Book Society where she stayed for eight years before moving to the Poetry School part-time and also setting up a small independent literature promotion company, Jaybird Live Literature, which produces and manages touring poetry shows. Her first collection Hannah and the Monk was published in 2008, and in 2010 she was featured in Bloodaxe Books’ generational anthology Identity Parade: New British & Irish Poets. She is an editor for Magma poetry magazine.


 

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