Isabel Palmer

has been co-editor of Flarestack Poets since 2016. Her debut pamphlet, Ground Signs (Flarestack Poets 2014), was a Poetry Book Society Pamphlet Choice. Media interviews include Radio 4’s The World at One, the Daily Mail Weekend magazine, BBC Wiltshire and The Swindon Advertiser. Her first full collection, Atmospherics, with a Foreword by Sir Andrew Motion, was published in a four-poet book entitled Home Front (Bloodaxe Books 2016). Winner of the National Army Poetry Competition 2018: Writing Armistice, she recently ran poetry workshops for war veterans and is is working on a new collection with renowned peace poet, Antony Owen.