Imogen Cassels is from Sheffield, and is a PhD student at the University of Cambridge; she is a graduate of Squad 6. She is interested in experimental poetry, form, translation, folksong, free association and puns. Her poems have featured or are forthcoming in the The White Review, the London Review of Books, Blackbox Manifold, Datableed, Ambit, The London Magazine, No Prizes, and on the London Underground. She has read at the Southbank Poetry Library, Hi Zero, and with the [Dead] Women Poet’s Society. She is also a poetry editor for Ambit.
Her essay, 'Mother; beautiful things' was originally published on minorliterature[s] in 2017, and later as a pamphlet in 2018 by Face Press. Her début poetry pamphlet, Arcades, is forthcoming from Sad Press in autumn 2018.