Isabelle Coy-Dibley is a PhD candidatet at the University of Westminster. In 2012, she gained a First Class Honours in her BA English Literature degree from the University of Westminster. Following this, she completed an MA in English: 1850-Present at King's College London in 2013 and an MA in Gender, Sexuality and Culture at Birkbeck, University of London in 2014. She is a member of the PhD steering group at the Contemporary Women’s Writing Network and has presented at multiple conferences both in the UK and internationally.

Genna Gardini is a writer and lecturer based in Cape Town. She holds an MA in Theatre-making from UCT and is currently a PhD candidate in Drama at Queen Mary University of London. Gardini has received various accolades for her work, including a 2016 Fellowship at the Institute for Creative Arts and the 2012 New Coin Poetry prize. Her debut poetry collection, Matric Rage, received a Commendation for the 2016 Ingrid Jonker prize. She is a Drama lecturer at CityVarsity and the Poetry Editor for Prufrock.