Heathcote Ruthven is a writer and one third of New River Press. He has edited poetry anthologies including Year Of The Propaganda Corrupted Plebiscites and When They Start To Love You As A Machine You Should Run. His writing has appeared in International Times, The Idler, The Indepedent, Vice, and others. He is currently working on I Am Not Who You Think I Am: a collection of poems and prose poems by people who have experienced homelessness in collaboration with Miranda Gold and Crisis. This is his 4th Curious Arts – his favourite festival in the world.