Jen Hadfield’s fourth poetry collection, The Stone Age, explores neurodiversity and was published by Picador in March 2021. She is also working on a collection of essays called Storm Pegs about Shetland, where she lives. Passionately involved with the wild world, she uses poetry, lyrical essay and occasionally sculpture in cast porcelain, to share her intense experience of the here-and-now. Her work has garnered numerous awards, including the 2008 T.S. Eliot Prize for her second collection, Nigh-No-Place (Bloodaxe). She is a Creative Writing Teaching Fellow at Glasgow University and is building a house in Shetland, very slowly.