Regular Team

Editorial Team

Alex Valente – Norwich Radical co-editor
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Alex Valente (he/him) is a freelance translator, teacher, and writer. He teaches English, Italian, writing, and is constantly looking for time to translate more words. May or may not be part robot. He can be found on social media as

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Rowan Gavin – Norwich Radical co-editor

Rowan (he/him) has been an editor at the Radical since 2016. He is also a library assistant, a freelance copyeditor and web designer, a campaign co-ordinator with Better Media, a sub-editor of QueerAF, a web content editor with Null Signal Games, a union member, a non-toxic gamer and a music lover.

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Regular Contributors

Carmina Masoliver
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Carmina Masoliver is an English Literature graduate from UEA who refuses to cut ties with Norwich. Following graduating, she studied a Creative Entrepreneurship MA at UEA London and now works in East London as an Academic Mentor for English. She runs an event called ‘She Grrrowls’ which features women in the arts. Carmina is a poet whose pamphlet was published in 2014 by Nasty Little Press.

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Ananya Wilson-Bhattacharya

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Ananya Wilson-Bhattacharya is a graduate of English literature at UEA and a lifelong (aspiring) writer. Her interests include UK and Indian politics, questions of race, intersectional and Marxist feminism and literature by marginalised writers. She also enjoys song-writing with her guitar, playing open mics around Norwich and snacking too often. She tweets @AnanyaWilson.

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Sunetra Senior
Sunetra graduated from Warwick University with a MA in English Literature. After spending some time putting together a thesis that felt like she was submitting to the UN, she acquired a taste/developed an addiction to extensive coverage in general, that resulted in her diverse experimentation as a freelancer. In-between bursts of intensive writing, she enjoys frolicking around London to exercise spatial awareness and remind herself of her carbon-based components: fresh air, good quality food and culture at large are all factors that help in this de-robot (icisation) process. She is also partial to film noir and coffee, and all that is unabashedly subversive.

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Kasper Hassett
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Kasper is a writer and UEA graduate from London with an interest in working-class and queer liberation and increasing access to education. He also writes fiction and really, really likes Halloween.

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Jonathan Lee

Jonathan is a Romani activist from Swansea and based in Brussels. He works for the European Roma Rights Centre, a Roma-led law organisation based in Budapest which takes racists to court across Europe. He spends a lot of time talking and writing about antigypsyism, to people who don’t want to hear it. Tweets @jon_j_lee

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Chris Jarvis – Norwich Radical co-founder

Chris currently works for environment and social justice charity People & Planet. Chris is an writer and activist, still clinging onto the student movement, despite what his age would dictate.

Proudly queer, enthusiastically punk, passionately socialist, vibrantly Green, staunchly teetotal, and reluctantly happy. Co-Editor of The Norwich Radical 2014-2017.

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Cadi Cliff – Norwich Radical co-founder

Cadi is a project development manager for charity in Wales, working with those experiencing homelessness to support them from street to home. Admits to an (un)healthy obsession with mountains, semicolons, and fighting system complexity in the third sector. Has worked overseas in Nepal, Uganda, Kenya and Nigeria. Is known to have restless feet. Co-Editor of The Norwich Radical 2014-2018. Tweets at @cadi_cliff.

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4 thoughts on “Regular Team

    • Thank you for your query, Andy. The last three articles from the regular writer in question are part of a mini-series of theirs, born from a recent inter-rail trip, whereby they visited the area. These articles are a response/ coverage of their travel. We wouldn’t classify the number of articles dedicated to this topic as a ‘high content’. As far as we are aware, none of our writers have served under the UN or lived in Bosnia. If you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to ask!


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