P. Q. R. Anderson has published four volumes, Litany Bird, Foundling’s Island, a long poem In a Free State: A Music (“Destined to be a landmark in South African poetry” – J.M. Coetzee), and Night Transit (Dryad). He is the recipient of South Africa’s Thomas Pringle Prize for Poetry (2018) and the Sanlam Literary Award (2006), and was runner-up in the Vice-Chancellor’s International Poetry Prize of Canberra University in 2017, judged by Simon Armitage, and in The Rialto/RSPB “Nature and Place” competition in 2020. He teaches English at the University of Cape Town. His work has appeared in many magazines. Join us on Zoom!