Best of 2016: Staff Picks - Part Two

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Best of 2016: Staff Picks - Part Two

2016 is drawing quickly to a close! In our second installment, we hear from our incoming Director, Asiyla Radwan, our new Events Director, Beulah Sprague-Davies, and our Publications Director, Theophilus Kwek, about their favourites of the year. 

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Asiyla Radwan

Asiyla Radwan

Asiyla is an artist and designer studying Fine Art at Oxford University, she works across print and digital media. Her work has been exhibited around Oxfordshire and featured in the Jericho Arts Review. As a visiting artist and organiser, she has given creative workshops on film and practical design at independent arts festivals: Nine Worlds, Willowbrook Festival and VidUKon.

Beulah Sprague-Davies

Beulah Sprague-Davies

Beulah is a recent graduate of the University of East Anglia where she studied English Literature and Creative Writing. Having been involved with the establishment of an Automatic Writing society at the university she has pursued an interest in creative writing as a responsive medium.    

Theophilus Kwek

Theophilus Kwek

Theophilus is the author of three collections, They Speak Only Our Mother Tongue (2011), Circle Line (2013) - shortlisted for the Singapore Literature Prize in 2014 - and Giving Ground (2016). He won the Jane Martin Prize in 2015 and the New Poets Prize in 2016, and was president of the Oxford University Poetry Society. He also works with Asymptote and The Oxford Culture Review.


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