Sarah Cave is a poet, artist, academic and performer from Bristol. She currently lives in a wood in Cornwall. She has a first class honours degree from Falmouth University, an MA distinction in Poetry from Royal Holloway. She is currently studying for a funded practice-based PhD studentship at Royal Holloway. Her research is on process poetics, faith, doubt and prayer. Most recently, Sarah’s poetry has appeared in various magazines and anthologies including Oxford Poetry, Datableed, Shearsman and Tears in the Fence. Her poem ‘Untitled (unwanted)’ was recently commended by the Verve Poetry Festival Competition and published in the Verve Poetry Press’ anthology It All Radiates Outwards edited by Luke Kennard. Sarah has performed at Verve Poetry Festival, Bodmin Moor Poetry Festival, Tears in the Fence festival, The Enemies Project, Anathema #6 and #8, Galerie eof (Université Paris 8), the Caplet reading series and the Small Publishers’ Fair at the Conway Hall. Sarah has two previously published pamphlets and her third, like fragile clay, illustrated by C. F. Sherratt is published by Guillemot Press. Her first collection, An Arbitrary Line, was published in November 2018 by Broken Sleep Books. Her second collection is due to be published at the end of 2019.