Emma Hellyer is a writer/poet living in France, currently writing a poetry collection which turns around questions of kindness, kinship, belonging and exile, from the perspective of a British migrant. She worked for 23 years at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, running the European Court of Human Rights Press Office for 12 years, and gave up her job at the end of 2019 to devote herself to poetry and creative arts projects. She won the UK Poetry Book Society unpublished poet prize in 2018, judged by Carol Ann Duffy.
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