(SCOTLAND / ENGLAND) is a poet living between Scotland and England. She has published three poetry collections Papers, Cherry Pie, Plum, a play Offside, which tells the story of women's football in the UK, and a poetic memoir about parenthood, Nobody Told Me, of which The Scotsman suggested "The world needs this book". She won the Ted Hughes Award for her new work of poetry and was the first female poet to record at Abbey Road Studios in London. Hollie's poems have been translated into French, German, Spanish, Hungarian, Polish and Japanese. Her new book - Slug: and other things I've been told I hate - is published in May 2021. In addition to live readings, Hollie is a big fan of online performances - her poetry videos have attracted millions of viewers worldwide. She currently does a weekly online reading - Sunday Night Poems - on her facebook and instagram channels, reading some of her own work and some of that of other poets.