Camilla Nelson is a poet, artist and researcher, currently based in Somerset. She successfully completed a PhD in ‘Reading and Writing with a Tree: Practising ‘Nature Writing’ as Enquiry’, at Falmouth University in 2013. Her text work has been featured in Amy Cutler’s exhibition Time, the deer, is in the wood of Hallaig (London, 2013) and Karen Pearson’s outdoor exhibition in Yarner Wood, Assemblage (Dartmoor, 2012). As well as appearing in several magazines and journals, her poems have been anthologised in The Apple Anthology (Nine Arches) and Dear World & Everyone In It (Bloodaxe) and she has a pamphlet forthcoming with ninerrors press. In fact you can also attend a poetry walk with Camilla this weekend at the Literary Kitchen Festival, ‘Riddle Me This‘, a collaboration between Singing Apple Press and Linus Slug.