Kim Goldberg and Jane Lovell
Kim is a poet, birdwatcher and speculative fiction writer, living on Vancouver Island in Canada. She has published six books of poetry and nonfiction including Red Zone (poems of homelessness) and Ride Backwards on Dragon (martial arts and Taoist alchemy). In August 2015, Kim and four other women organised what may be North America’s first Uncivilisation Gathering, Sharing the Fire, held on an organic farm on Vancouver Island.
Jane is the Poetry Society Stanza Rep for Warwickshire. She has had work published in a variety of journals including Mslexia, Poetry Wales, Envoi, the North and New Welsh Review and is a regular contributor to Ink, Sweat and Tears and Agenda. Her work is steeped in natural history, science, folklore, the ‘black’ and the bizarre but is, essentially, poetry that reflects man’s relationship with nature. Jane has recently won the Flambard Prize.