Anne Gill is an alumna of the Birmingham poetry scene. She now lives in Cambridge with the three-hundred potatoes she harvested from her allotment, and her cat. She graduated from the University of Birmingham with a BA (first class) in English Literature in 2018. She then went on to study at Newcastle University. She completed her MA in Writing Poetry in 2020.
She has been published in print and online journals, including Strix, Ink Sweat and Tears, and Porridge. She has also been anthologised in the Dizziness of Freedom, and Close Gates or Open Arms? Her pamphlet, Raft, was published in 2019 with Bad Betty Press.
She has performed her work both nationally and internationally, and was shortlisted for the Outspoken Prize for Performance Poetry 2019.
She has worked as a submissions reader for Bare Fiction (2019), and co-edited Bridges (2018-2019). In 2019 she edited the inaugural UniSlam Anthology.
She is interested in the interdisciplinary nature of art, eco-poetics, and trauma. She can be found at her desks, or on the pavement with the neighbourhood cats.