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Miss Briony Hughes
HP Lecturer - Arts & Humanities


Briony Hughes is a poet and Visiting Lecturer in Creative Writing. She is currently completing a Techne (AHRC) funded PhD at Royal Holloway University of London, where she also teaches across undergraduate and postgraduate English and Creative Writing modules. Her publications include Dorothy (Broken Sleep Books, 2020) and Microsporidial (Sampson Low, 2020). Two additional publications - Milk and Rhizomes - are forthcoming in 2023. Briony’s limited edition bookworks have been collected by the National Poetry Library (UK), Senate House Library, Foyle Special Collections: Kings College London, and the BookArtBookshop. She has been published in a range of UK and international poetry magazines, journals, and anthologies, including World Literature TodayPoem Atlas, and Datableed. Briony is a co-founder of the Crested Tit Collective (2018-2020) and Editor-in-Chief at Osmosis Press, an independent publisher dedicated to experimental creative practice.


MA: Creativity CW5610