Evie Ward is a poet, writer and artist, from and based in London (b.1993). Her writing is mud-swelling, realising/releasing an investigative vernacular practice that evolves in collaboration with others. Ward's poetic practice addresses modes of instinctual synaesthetic response to materials, sound & listening, to technologies of communication - the written visual/the written listen, and the statics, simulacra and limits of the written form. She has so far read/performed her work in Sweden and the UK, and as S.T.E.P.S (a live-writing duo with Seymour Wright) in Italy and the UK. She has one book 'Whilst Listening in Paris and London', and one open collection of poetry: 'esw' which has no fixed content. Her poem 'Circles' about Cecil Taylor's 'Unit Structures', can be found in Cesura/Acceso journal. She also sometimes writes reviews.