Hollie McNish is a poet and writer who lives between Glasgow and Cambridge and loves writing. She won the Ted Hughes Award for New Work in Poetry for her poetic parenting memoir Nobody Told Me of which The Scotsman stated ‘The World Needs this Book’. She has published three further collections of poetry – Papers, Cherry Pie, Plum – a play relating the history of UK women’s football – Offside – and her latest poetic memoir – Slug…and other things I’ve been Told To Hate – is a Sunday Times Bestseller. She has just completed a re-imagining of Sophocles’ Greek Tragedy Antigone, out in October 2021 and premiering at Storyhouse.