Logie Fielding is an artist and writer . She enjoys various angles of observation, generally around the themes of scale, nature and significance. She grew up in the North Pennines and now lives in Edinburgh. Logie Fielding is the pen name of Elizabeth King.
Pippa Goldschmidt lives in Edinburgh. She’s the author of the novel ‘The Falling Sky’ and the short story collection ‘The Need for Better Regulation of Outer Space’ as well as co-editor of the anthology ‘I Am Because You Are’ (all published by Freight). Her short stories, poetry and non-fiction have been published in a variety of magazines and anthologies, including Gutter, New Writing Scotland, Sky At Night magazine, The Times Literary Supplement and the New York Times, and also been broadcast on Radio 4. She’s currently a visiting fellow at the University of Edinburgh’s Science, Techology and Innovation Studies unit. Come visit at http://www.pippagoldschmidt.co.uk
Nalini Paul was born in India, grew up in Vancouver and has been living in Scotland for most of her adult life. She is a widely published poet and has collaborated across various art forms, including stage and film. She was George Mackay Brown Writing Fellow in Orkney from 2009 until 2010, where she worked with dancers, musicians, visual artists, archaeologists and the RSPB. Her first poetry pamphlet, Skirlags (Red Squirrel Press), was shortlisted for the Callum Macdonald Award in 2010. Nalini graduated with a PhD from the University of Glasgow in 2008, her thesis examining postcolonial female subjectivity in the novels of Jean Rhys. Nalini’s current project with Stellar Quines Theatre Company, Beyond the Mud Walls, is set partly in early 1940s India, and will be showcased as a work in progress for ‘Rehearsal Rooms’ at the Traverse in September 2016.