Canadian/American; Kai Fierle-Hedrick is a mixed-media writer especially curious about collaborative & community-engaged practices. Currently she produces cross-disciplinary writing workshops for young people via the East-Side Educational Trust, & teaches creative writing seminars at Royal Holloway, University of London. She holds an M.Phil in Architecture & the Moving Image from Cambridge University, and her previous projects include String Theories (Bad Press 2005) — a collaboration with composer Panayiotis Demopoulos — & the chapbook + video + sequence of digital prints Motion Study (Bad Press 2006). For further details re Kai's practice please see her website: www.orium.org.
Marianne Morris was born in Canada and raised in London. She studied English Literature at Newnham College, Cambridge and currently resides in London writing poetry and prose. She makes collage pieces and the odd bit of taxidermy. She founded Bad Press in 2002, and together with Jow Lindsay and Jonathan Stevenson now publishes occasional poetry chapbooks and magazines. Her publications include A New Book From Barque Press, Which They Will Probably Not Print (Barque Press, 2006) and Cocteau Turquoise Turning (Bad Press, 2004).
She has a prose publication forthcoming from Bad Press, titled The Unread. For more, see the bad press website.
Sophie Robinson was born in Suburbia in the 1980s. She now lives and works in London, where she spends her days reading books in her pyjamas and her evenings studying for an MA in Poetic Practice at Royal Holloway, University of London. She is the author of Killin’Kittenish! (Hackney: yt communication, 2006) and her poetry and miscellaneous rants can be found on her blog. Her work will be featured in a London-focused issue of Pilot later this year.