Theresa will talk about how immigration, mixed-race identities, social media and trailblazing women writers inspires her craft.
Poet and critic Theresa Muñoz has won the Muriel Spark Centenary Award and the Robert Louis Stevenson Fellowship. Her work has appeared in Ambit, The Scores, Poetry Review, A Year of Scottish Poems and many other places. She has a PhD in Scottish Literature and is Research Associate at the Newcastle Centre for Literary Arts where she organises the Newcastle Poetry Festival and teaches on the Creative Writing Programme.
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