Gail Ingram writes from the Port Hills of Christchurch. She is author of Contents Under Pressure (Pūkeko Publications 2019) and the editor of two anthologies The Unnecessary Invention of Punctuation (NZPS 2018) and after the cyclone (NZPS 2017). Her work has been widely published and anthologised in journals such as Poetry New Zealand, Landfall, The Spinoff, Cordite Poetry Review, Fib Review and Best Small Fictions. She won the Caselberg Prize in 2019 and NZ Poetry Society International Poetry Competition in 2016 and has been finalist for several other international awards, including Poets Meet Politics UK 2018, Flash Fiction Day NZ Micro Madness and the Fish Short Story Competition. As well editing for Flash Frontier, Gail is managing editor for a fine line, the flagship magazine for NZ Poetry Society. She teaches at Write On: School for Young Writers and holds a Master of Creative Writing (Distinction). More at: