S A L O N - LONDON is directed and curated by its founders, Georgina Colby, University of Westminster, and Susan Rudy, Queen Mary University of London, with support on specific events from the following additional curators.
Curators, Whose Voice is it anyway? April 2018
Isabelle Coy-Dibley is a PhD candidate 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.