Clare (she/her) is an editorial director and a founder of 3 of Cups Press. She has a B.A. from Queen Mary University of London and an M.A. from University College London both in comparative literature focusing on writing from Aotearoa New Zealand. She is publicist at Fitzcarraldo Editions.
Half-kiwi, half-American she spends most of her non-book life explaining her national identity to strangers.
She tweets at @clarebot about American electoral politics and her own face.
Clare is mostly interested in creative nonfiction, politics, art and short stories - pitch to her at email@example.com
Lizzie (she/her) is editorial and communications director at 3 of Cups Press.
When not working on 3 of Cups, she can be found avoiding working on her manuscript by writing short stories or taking her dog Nerys for a walk. Lizzie writes a mixture creative non fiction, short fiction and young adult fiction. She also chairs author events around London. Separate from 3 of Cups Press, she is editing an anthology of autistic people’s work through indie publisher Unbound.
In her past career life, she has been a research diver in the Philippines, a children's bookseller and ran communications for small charities.
She tweets too much as @littlehux.
As a commissioning editor, she is particularly interested in creative non fiction, short fiction, comics and poetry.
You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vanessa (she/her) is an Arts Editorial Director at 3 of Cups Press.
She is midway through an MA in Museum Studies at the University of Leicester and works in the Word and Image Curatorial Department at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Her job focuses on digitising prints, photographs and drawings in the Museum’s collections, as well as sitting in the internal Africa Curators’ Group.
Outside of the Museum, she spends a lot of time thinking about the relationship between art and literature, race, the diaspora and representation. In 2013, she was shortlisted for Magnum Photos’ 30 Under 30 Documentary Photographers’ prize. Her photographs have been exhibited at institutions such as the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art (Denmark), Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam (FOAM) and Aperture Foundation New York as well as at the 56th Venice Biennale (2015) with the Invisible Borders Trans-African Photography collective. Later in 2017, she will be featured in an upcoming Tate Modern residency with the Thick/er Black Lines collective, focusing on the histories and futures of Black British Women Artists.
Cornelia (they/them) is events director at 3 of Cups Press. They have a degree in Visual Cultures from Goldsmiths, University of London and are working towards an MA in Critical and Cultural Studies at Birkbeck, University of London. For work they wrangle words for museums and galleries the country over.
Former Midwesterner, sometime Parisian, and reluctant Londoner, they spend a lot of time thinking about gender, place, and the sea. They tweet at @marinewitch about the ocean, gardening, and expanded intimacies.
Cornelia is mostly interested in creative non-fiction and poetry – pitch to them at email@example.com
Fran (she/her) is marketing director of 3 of Cups Press. With a BA from Bath Spa University in Creative Writing, Fran is mostly found bending words to her will, and has done marketing and publicity for the likes of I.B.Tauris, DK and Dodo Ink.
When not working on books, Fran can be found indulging in her love of history and London, or training for her second marathon. Her natural habitat is a good brunch spot. She tweets @CatwomanFran and blogs on houseofblog.co.uk when she can find time.
As a commissioning editor, she is particularly interested in creative non-fiction, short fiction and poetry. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.