Sam Kemp is an internationally published poet and lecturer based in London. His work has been anthologised and exhibited globally and he leads the Craft of Writing and the Final Year Project and Publishing Horizons Courses at the New College of Humanities. He’s a fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a practice-based researcher, and website manager for

He specialises in digital poetics and visual poetry and other such nonsense. His critical work has been featured in Phil Smith’s Walking Bodies, and he has an article forthcoming in Graeme Harper’s New Writing, published by Taylor and Francis.

He believes that research should be fuelled by curiosity, innovation and little bit of frustration.

“Everything is nothing, with a twist.”

Kurt Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse-Five