Maria Stadnicka is a writer, editor and freelance journalist based in Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. She is currently a PhD researcher at University of the West of England, Bristol, exploring psycho-social aspects of migration and socio-cultural trauma in Britain. She completed her MA in Creative and Critical Writing at University of Gloucestershire.
She read poetry at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, London, Oxford, Bristol, Cheltenham Poetry Festival, Plymouth Language Club, Stroud Book Festival, Tears in the Fence Festival, Winchester University.
Maria Stadnicka published poetry in: ‘Wienzeile' (Austria), ‘Cronica’, ‘Poesis’, ‘Hyperion’, ‘LiterNet’, ‘Convorbiri literare’, 'LitMag' (Romania and Republic of Moldova), 'Dissident Voice', 'Osiris' (USA), 'Stride', 'International Times', 'Tears in the Fence', 'Litter', 'Molly Bloom', 'Shearsman', 'The Journal', 'The Moth' (United Kingdom), 'Meniscus', 'AXON', 'Social Alternatives', 'TEXT' (Australia), 'Noon' (Japan), 'The Ofi Press Journal' (Mexico).
Published anthologies and poetry collections:
- ‘Somnia' (2020, Knives, Forks and Spoons Press);
- 'Bearings 2' (2019, The Poets' Republic);
- 'The Unmoving' (2018, Broken Sleep Books);
- 'Imperfect' (2017, Yew Tree Press);
- 'A Short Story about War' (2014, Yew Tree Press).
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