Rachel Bower is an award-winning writer from Bradford. She is the author of two poetry collections (These Mothers of Gods and Moon Milk) and a book on literary letters. She is currently writing a collection of poems about endangered insects. Rachel’s poems and stories have been widely published in literary magazines, including The White Review, Magma and Stand. She won The London Magazine Short Story Prize 2019/20 and the W&A Short Story Competition 2020. Rachel facilitates workshops for a wide range of people and organisations and her work is represented by Cathryn Summerhayes at Curtis Brown.