Jacqueline Saphra is a playwright, screenwriter, poet and keen collaborator. Her first book, The Kitchen of Lovely Contraptions (flipped eye, 2011) was shortlisted for the Aldeburgh First Collection Prize. If I Lay on my Back I Saw Nothing but Naked Women was published by the Emma Press (2017) and won the Saboteur Award for Best Collaborative Work. Also in 2017 A Bargain with the Light: Poems after Lee Miller (Hercules Editions) was shortlisted for a Saboteur Award and her latest collection from Nine Arches Press, All My Mad Mothers, was shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot prize. She lives in London and teaches at the Poetry School.
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