Danni Glover is a poet, essayist, and third-year PhD researcher from Glasgow. Her DEL-funded thesis is on the construction of British identities in literary anthologies of the eighteenth century with a particular focus on Bishop Percy. Her other research interests currently include the poetry of Mary Queen of Scots, William Langland’s Piers Plowman, science fiction and horror on the screen and on the page, and urban Romanticism. In 2012 she was the recipient of the University of Glasgow’s Ewing Prize. Her academic writing can be found in the forthcoming Understanding Scotland Musically (Ashgate) and Suicide and the Gothic. Her non-academic writing has been featured on MostlyFilm.com, in Gutter magazine, and in New Writing Scotland.
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