Jane Goldman is a Reader in English Literature at the University of Glasgow and a General Editor of the Cambridge University Press edition of the works of Virginia Woolf. In 2006 she won second prize in the English Association Fellows’ Poetry Competition. Her poems have appeared in Gutter, Scree, Blackbox Manifold, Tender, Front Horse, Zarf and other magazines. She has also performed at a number of venues and stages across the UK(and Paris!). Her first slim volume is Border Thoughts(2014), “a little theatrical box of spectacle and light […] the living underworld of Brecht’s Threepenny Opera translated into raucous girlish post-war wayward ways” (Lisa Jeschke, Hix Eros).