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Kim Lockwood teaches creative writing, English literature, and American studies at UEA, where she has just completed her PhD. Her poetry has been published in journals and anthologies, and she is co-editor of the Lung Jazz: Young British Poets for Oxfam anthology.
Kate Moorhead-Kuhn is a lecturer in Creative Writing at UEA. Her novel, The First Law of Motion, was published by St Martin's Press in 2009. She graduated from the UEA Creative Writing MA in 2007 and is currently studying for a second MA in Education Practice and Research where she is researching Feminist Pedagogy. She believes everyone has it in them to be a writer and relishes the time she gets to spend helping young writers realise this.
Antoinette Moses is the Producer and co-founder of FLY. She is a playwright and author who has worked in the arts and as an editor for many years. Her published writing includes over twenty-five award-winning novellas, and she lectures in creative writing at UEA. She contributed to Body of Work: 40 Years of Creative Writing at UEA, and her first memoir excerpt was published in the 3rd Anthology of Words & Women and in the 2018 Compendium.
Nonia Williams currently teaches undergraduates at UEA. She has worked as a school and university teacher for the last ten years, and recently completed a PhD at UEA on the life and literature of the little known 1960s British writer Ann Quin. Her research is a mixture of literary criticism and life writing, and she is particularly interested in how a person's work and their life influence and shape each other.
Steve Waters is a leading playwright whose plays have been staged at the Donmar Warehouse, the Sheffield Crucible, Hampstead Theatre and the Bush Theatre and around the world. They include the recent plays: Limehouse, Temple and Europa. His many radio plays include Bretton Woods and From Fact to Fiction and The Air Gap. Steve is also the author of the highly successful creative writing work, The Secret Lives of Plays and is a Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at UEA.
Philip Wilson teaches Literature and Philosophy at UEA after many years of teaching Modern Foreign Languages in comprehensive schools. He has published Translation after Wittgenstein and The Bright Rose, a selection of poems translated from German, plus many poems in magazines. He is particularly interested in how poetry can make us laugh.