Selima Hill

Born in Hampstead in 1945 into a family of painters, Hill studied at Cambridge and now lives on the Dorset coast. Her first collection, Saying Hello at the Station, was published in 1984 and she has since published fifteen further collections (including two Selected Poems). Recent collections include People Who Like Meatballs (2012), shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best Collection and The Sparkling Jewel of Naturism (Bloodaxe, 2014).