Patrick James Errington is the author of two chapbooks, Glean (ignitionpress, 2018) and Field Studies (Clutag Press, 2018). His poems have won prizes in the National Poetry Competition, as well as competitions run by The London Magazine and Wigtown Book Festival, and appear in journals and anthologies such as Best New Poets, The Cincinnati Review, Boston Review, The Iowa Review, and Oxford Poetry. Additionally, he is the French translator of P.J. Harvey’s poetry collection, The Hollow of the Hand (Éditions l’Âge d’Homme, 2017), and a founding editor and current editor-in-chief of the University of St Andrews literary journal, The Scores. Born in Alberta, Canada, Patrick now lives in Edinburgh.