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Gugundeep Kaur

I'm Gugundeep Kaur and I'm the Head Managing Editor for Lamplight Press. Graduating in 2019, I am currently studying English at Loughborough University. My favourite books to read are literary fiction and modern literature.

Amarpreet Syan

I’m Amarpreet Syan and I’m the Assistant Managing Editor for Marketing and Sales at Lamplight Press. I have previous experience with an academic publishing company where my role was marketing, communications, editorial and production.

Charlotte Hollinshead

I'm Charlotte Hollinshead and I'm the Assistant Managing Editor for Social Media and Communications at Lamplight Press. I am in my final year at Loughborough University, studying Publishing and English, having just returned from a Marketing Internship for my placement year.

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Emma Ames

I’m Emma Ames and I’m an Editorial Assitant for Lamplight Press. I’m a second year Publishing with English student. My main hobbies are writing, cooking and collecting a shocking amount of adult colouring books.

Jennifer Chan

I’m Jennifer Chan and I’m an Editorial Assitant for Lamplight Press. I’m a second year Publishing with English student. I love music, theatre and cats.

Ralitsa Zapryanova

I’m Ralitsa Zapryanova and I’m an Editorial Assitant for Lamplight Press. I’m a second year Publishing with English student. I enjoy cuddling with my cat, gushing over chocolate and reading crime novels.

Alexandra Mitrutoiu

I’m Alexandra Christina Mitrutoiu and I’m an Editorial Assitant for Lamplight Press. I’m a second year Fine Art student. My interests include historical fiction and knitting.

Kirsty Potter

I’m Sandra Glowniak and I’m an Editorial Assitant for Lamplight Press. I’m a second year Graphic Communication and Illustration student. My favourite books are Hannibal, The Devils Sanctuary and Drawing.

Kirsty Potter

I’m Sandra Glowniak and I’m an Editorial Assitant for Lamplight Press. I’m a second year Graphic Communication and Illustration student.

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Wim Van Mierlo

Wim Van Mierlo is Lecturer in Publishing and English and Programme Director for Publishing in the School of the Arts, English and Drama. He obtained his doctorate at the University of Miami and worked at the Institute of English Studies, University of London before starting at Loughborough in 2015. His research interests are in the area of editing, textual scholarship and literary archives, topics on which he has written extensively

Darren Weaver

Darren has been working at the School of the Arts for well over 25 years and is part of the Creative Digital Technologies and Photography Hub 1 (CDTP). He specialises in teaching Adobe Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop for creative design and print. Darren assists students across the School of the Arts, English and Drama and also campus-wide. He is also Co-Director of the student’s Lamplight Press with Wim Van Mierlo.

Glyn McPheator

Glyn has over 25 years experience working within the Print and Creative industries. A career that started working for a local newspaper, he went on to teach Print and Graphics at the National Print Skills Centre, a former business division of Leicester College. Having joined Loughborough University in the capacity of Deputy Print Manager back in 2011, Glyn has since moved into the role of technical tutor, working in the Creative Digital Technology and Photography Hub here at the School of the Arts, English and Drama.

Simon Downs

In the year 2000 he became a University Lecturer, and joined Loughborough University as a lecturer and design researcher in 2003. Simon researches into the systems that form visual communication: technical and social, cultural and political. The network of interaction fascinates him and has led to work in cybernetics and emergence. Simon has been an editor with the journal TRACEY since 2003, founded and became lead editor of the political visual culture journal, The Poster with Intellect Books in 2009, and authored The Graphic Communication Handbook in 2011 for Routledge . He writes on visual communication systems, including drawing and visualisation.

Ahren Warner

Ahren Warner is Vice Chancellor’s Research Fellow in the School of Arts, English and Drama. As a poet, he has published two books, Confer (Bloodaxe, 2011) and Pretty (Bloodaxe, 2013), with his third book – a collection of poems, texts and photographs, Hello. Your promise has been extracted – to be published by Bloodaxe in 2017. His current critical research is focused on dialogue and encounter between poetry, fine art and new media in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. In addition to his academic work and creative practice, Ahren is the Poetry Editor of Poetry London, a leading international poetry journal, and has served as a judge for the T.S. Eliot Prize, Society of Authors Awards and Roehampton Prize, amongst others.


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