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Victoria Adukwei Bulley is a poet, writer and artist. An alumna of the Barbican Young Poets, her work has appeared widely in publications including The Poetry Review, the London Review of Books and Chicago Review, in addition to featuring on BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour. She was the recipient of a Society of Authors Eric Gregory Award for promising UK poets under 30 in 2018, and has held residencies internationally in the US, Brazil, and the V&A Museum in London. Victoria is the director of MOTHER TONGUES, an intergenerational poetry, film and translation project centering the indigenous language heritages of black poets, supported by Arts Council England and visual arts charity Autograph. She is a Complete Works Poetry and Instituto Sacatar fellow, and is a member of the Poetry Translation Centre’s advisory board. Her debut pamphlet, Girl B, was published as part of the 2017 New Generation African Poets series. In 2019, she was awarded a TECHNĒ scholarship for fully-funded doctoral research at Royal Holloway, University of London.

Victoria is represented by Emma Paterson at Aitken Alexander Associates.

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