> ADRIAN BRIDGET is a Brazilian-British writer based in Bristol, UK. They started their literary practice as a Fine Arts undergraduate at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague, where they also worked as a guest tutor following graduation. Adrian settled in the UK in 2015, completing an MA in Dramatic Writing at Central Saint Martins and an MA in Literary Studies – Critical Theory at Goldsmiths University. They worked for many years as a translator of German, French and Portuguese texts for art museums and catalogues. In 2023, Adrian was awarded a graduate teaching assistant scholarship by the University of Bristol, where they are developing a PhD project on affect and adopted-language literature.

England With Eggs (2024);Child's Replay (2022); Treatment (2019); Texts That Shouldn't Be Read Out Loud (2018).

'Sublimation', Heron Books x And Other Stories Flash Fiction Competition (2024); 'Goo', The BitterSweet Review (2022); 'Archive', The Momentist (2021); 'Scenes from a Relationship With Images', Hotel #7 (2021); 'Monologues Without Bodies, Exile', 3:AM Magazine (2021); 'O', The Babel Tower Noticeboard (2021); 'The Large Domestic Object', Hotel Archive (2021); 'Three Gestures', Twenty-Five Rooms: Selections from the Hotel Archive (Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2020); 'All April Again', First Words Five Artists (Akerman Daly, 2018).