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Originally from South Africa, Katharine Kilalea moved to London in 2005 to study an MA in Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia. She has received an Arts Council Award for poetry, and her poems have appeared in books and journals including PN Review, Stand, Magma, Carapace, Pen Pusher and New Coin. A poem on chairs appeared in Martino Gampera's design book, 100 Chairs in 100 days and its 100 Ways. She lives and works as a journalist in London.
Shortlisted for the Costa Poetry Award 2009. Costa Book Awards 2009 Judges' comment: "A humorous, unpredictable and imaginative debut. Kilalea makes deceptively well-crafted poems that are like sculptures."