Katy Evans-Bush

Katy Evans-Bush is a poet, blogger and freelance writer. Her blog, Baroque in Hackney, was shortlisted for the 2012 George Orwell Prize for political writing, and she writes reviews and features for a number of magazines. Her book of essays, Forgive the Language: Essays on Poetry and Poets, will be published in December by Penned in the Margins. She lives in London, where she also teaches poetry.


Do the Culture Clash


A new poem for Little Atoms’ Two Cultures series

What Donald Trump's plastic Versailles tells us about the president elect

Art & Design

The world had 18 months to get used to Donald Trump, before the shock of the election result; it turns out what we weren’t ready for was his apartment. Just days after winning, the president-elect and his would-be British middleman, Nigel Farage, stood beaming together in Trump’s private elevator – a lift so gold, so garish, so glaring, that it could have come with an epilepsy warning. The internet shielded its eyes and began to get the picture.


An internet sleuth has uncovered a murky world of stolen lines and rhymes, raising big questions about identity and authenticity