Janine Bradbury

Dr Janine Bradbury is a poet and academic. She teaches at the University of York where she is a Senior Lecturer in Contemporary Writing and Culture where she teaches Black British, African American, and Caribbean literature. Her academic research has been published by Bloomsbury, Routledge, Palgrave Macmillan and others. She has written for the Guardian and been a repeat guest on BBC Radio 4. Janine’s poems appear in Magma, Oxford Poetry, Black Lines, and in the collection Blood & Cord: Writers on Early Parenthood (Emma Press 2023). She is the co-editor (with Dr. Suzanne Scafe) of the forthcoming Bloomsbury Encyclopaedia of Black British Writing (Volume 3).

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