Natalie Perman

A top 15 winner of the Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award 2017 and commended in the 2018 Award, Natalie is also the first-prize winner in the Civilisation and Its Discontents challenge on Young Poets Network, inspired by Freud’s work of the same name; and the first-prize winner in the first Bloodaxe Archive challenge on Young Poets Network, The Poetics of the Archive.

She is additionally the third-prize winner in the Thinking Outside the Penalty Box challenge; commended in Ankita Saxena’s protest poetry challenge, remembering 100 years of the women’s vote in the UK; and is commended in the tree poetry challenge.