Yvonne Reddick in a polka-dotted black dress smiling

Dr Yvonne Reddick

Research Fellow in Modern English and World Literatures, AHRC Leadership Fellow
School of Humanities, Language & Global Studies


Yvonne Reddick’s research focuses on environmental poetry, nature writing, and most recently, culture and climate change. Her book on Ted Hughes’s environmentalism was described as ‘immensely readable’ in the Times Literary Supplement, showing, ‘through fresh readings of the poems, the significance of environmentalism for much of Hughes’s work’. Her latest book project focuses on poetry and the concept of the Anthropocene. She is an award-winning poet, editor and nonfiction writer, widely published in newspapers and magazines.