Victoria Adukwei Bulley

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Victoria Adukwei Bulley is a poet, writer and filmmaker. Winner of a 2018 Eric Gregory Award for promising British poets under 30, she has held artist residencies in the USA, Brazil, and the V&A Museum in London. Her work has appeared in The Chicago Review, Ambit and The Poetry Review, in addition to featuring on BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour.

In 2016, Victoria was shortlisted for the Brunel Prize for African Poetry, and her debut chapbook, Girl B, forms part of the 2017 New-Generation African Poets series, curated by Kwame Dawes and Chris Abani. Victoria is the director of MOTHER TONGUES, a poetry, translation and film project exploring the indigenous language heritages of poets of colour.

She is a Complete Works III fellow, and a doctoral candidate at Royal Holloway, University of London, where she is the recipient of a Technē scholarship for practice-based research in Creative Writing.