Amy De’Ath was born in Suffolk in 1985 and studied at the University of East Anglia, UK, and in Philadelphia before moving to Australia and then London. Her publications include Caribou (Bad Press, 2011), Erec & Enide (Salt, 2010), and Andromeda/The World Works for Me (Crater Press, 2010). Her work is featured in a number of UK anthologies. For three years she has lived and worked in London, where she was recently also poet-in-residence at the University of Surrey. She now lives in Vancouver, Canada, where she is currently studying for a PhD in contemporary poetry and theory at Simon Fraser University, and works on the poetics journal Line.