clinic (est. 2010) is a nonprofit small poetry press, which started as an events and anthology series in South East London. New pamphlets are forthcoming in 2017 from Noelle Kocot and Kim Kyung-Ju, translated by Jake Levine. They will be represented by:
Kit Buchan, a poet and journalist who lives near Nottingham. His poems have appeared in Clinic, The White Review, Poetry London and The Best British Poetry. He also writes musical theatre in collaboration with the composer Jim Barne, and has this year been nominated for the annual Stiles & Drewe award.
Edward Doegar, whose poems, reviews and translations have appeared in various magazines, including Poetry London, Prac Crit, clinic and Poetry Wales. He’s a fellow of the Complete Works programme, a scheme promoting diversity in British poetry, and six of his poems are featured in the anthology Ten: The New Wave (Bloodaxe, 2014). He is the general manager of The Poetry Society. His debut pamphlet, For Now, is published in by clinic.
Rebecca Tamás, who was born in London and lives in Norwich, where she is studying for a PhD in Creative and Critical Writing at University of East Anglia. Her first poetry pamphlet, The Ophelia Letters, was published by Salt in 2013, and she has most recently been published in The White Review and Best British Poetry 2015. She is currently at work on a full length collection, which centres on witchcraft, difference, female alterity and strangeness. Her new pamphlet, Savage, is published by clinic.