Callan Waldron-Hall grew up in Leicestershire and now lives and works in Liverpool. His poetry has appeared in Magma, The North, Bath Magg and Orris Root.
His debut pamphlet, learning to be very soft, won The Poetry Business 2018/19 New Poets Prize and is published by Smith|Doorstop.
His project ‘more concerned with feeling than sense’, exploring ASMR and its place online, was published in ‘Post-it: Independents Biennial Writers-in-Residence 2018‘.
Callan holds a 1st class degree in Creative Writing from Liverpool John Moores University and an MA with distinction from Manchester Metropolitan University.
Twitter / Instagram: @callanwh