Alice, b. Nottingham, '97, is based between Glasgow and Bristol. Alice is the author of HOTHOUSE (Salò Press, 2021), and co-edited This is not a biography* with Laura Haynes and Kate Timney (Yellow Paper Press, 2023).

PhD, University of Bristol, 2023-current
MLitt Art Writing, The Glasgow School of Art, 2021-2023 (Distinction)
MA Medical History and Humanities, University of York, 2020-2021 (Distinction)
MA (Hons) English Literature, University of Glasgow, 2016-2020 (First Class)

Prizes and grants
PhD Studentship from the AHRC South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership (2023), GSA Staff-Student Partnership Fund (2023), a Second Life Award from the Edwin Morgan Centenary Trust (2023), the University of York’s Department of History Dissertation Prize (2021), a York Futures Scholarship (2021), a small project grant from the Centre for Modern Studies, University of York (2021), two grants from the Nurturing Talent – Time to Shine Fund (2018 and 2021), the Alexander Waddel Prize for most distinguished female graduate in English Literature (2020), and a Wellcome Trust Studentship (2020) covering fees, stipend and research costs for the MA in Medical History and Humanities.

“Rising star Alice Hill-Woods’ poetry in HOTHOUSE traces memories of teenage years spent in South Africa.” – ELLE

“Alice Hill-Woods’ luxurious HOTHOUSE is perhaps better understood as a sensory experience than as words on a page. Her work is transportive, buoying the reader on a gentle tide towards the stifling South African summertime, sexual awakenings, and seductive ecology.” – GUM

“Blending audiovisual description with a motional and textural poetics, [Alice’s] prose fragments document objects in transience, emotional residues, the intimate relation between the multidimensional works.” – MAP

“At SPAM, a print zine and pamphlet press based between Glasgow and Cambridge, Alice Hill-Woods close-reads a poem by Maia Elsner called "Transnational Zoo.” – Poetry Foundation (Harriet Books)