Rosy Carrick is a writer, performer and academic whose work charts an unusually eclectic trajectory. Her critically acclaimed play Passionate Machine won the awards for Best Design and Best New Play at Brighton Fringe in 2018, and The Infallibles Award for Theatrical Excellence at Edinburgh Fringe, before touring internationally in 2019. Rosy is also a key figure on the UK poetry scene. Over the last decade, she has hosted and co-programmed the Glastonbury, Latitude and Port Eliot Festival poetry stages. Her debut collection Chokey was published by Burning Eye in 2018; its follow-up is due for release in 2025. Rosy has a PhD on the Russian revolutionary poet Vladimir Mayakovsky. She has released two books of his work in translation; her third will be published in 2025 by The 87 Press. She is now co-writing a new videogame with za/um, the makers of the explosively successful and multi-award-winning Disco Elysium.