ALICE HILL-WOODS

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ABOUT

Alice, b. Nottingham, '97, is based between Glasgow and York. She holds a Wellcome Trust scholarship to support her in completing an MA in Medical History and Humanities, and graduated with a first-class degree in English Literature from the University of Glasgow. Alice seeks to submerge herself in new modes of creating cross-genre, and is forever open to collaborations with other thinkers & makers.

Alice is the Poetry and Nonfiction Editor at SPAM zine & Press. She is also a member of anam creative, a remote collaboration platform and collective. She has been commissioned as their Writer-in-Residence during the summer of 2021. Her previous experience includes working as a literary reviewer for the Glass Magazine, working as a consultant for York Community Consulting and completing an internship at the Publishing Bureau.

AWARDS/FUNDING

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Awarded a York Futures Scholarship. May 2021.

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Awarded a small project grant for 'Thinking Sympathies' workshop. Funded by the Centre for Modern Studies, University of York. May 2021.

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Awarded a grant from the Nurturing Talent – Time to Shine Fund (Young Scot/Creative Scotland). March 2021.

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Winner of the Alexander Waddel Prize for the most distinguished female graduate in English Literature, University of Glasgow. September 2020.

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Awarded the University of York’s Wellcome Trust scholarship (2020/2021) to study a Master of Arts in Medical History and Humanities. May 2020.

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‘arrochar alps’ won third prize in ‘Civilisation and its Discontents’ competition, hosted by Young Poets Network and The Poetry Society. August 2018.

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Awarded a grant from the Nurturing Talent – Time to Shine Fund (Young Scot/Creative Scotland). March 2018.