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I mostly work on the Environmental Humanities, contemporary poetry and the relationships between literature and science. After teaching at Queen Mary and UCL, I joined the department as the William Noble Research Fellow in 2015 and was made a lecturer in 2017. I am co-director of the Literature and Science Hub and on the steering groups for the Centre of New and International Writing, CHSSoHMT and the Liverpool Literary Festival. My first monograph, Poetry and the Anthropocene, explores questions of ecology, biology and technology in contemporary British and Irish poetry, and was published by Routledge in 2017. I have published widely about literature, science and environment for both an academic and public audience, and I am a contributing editor for the quarterly arts journal The White Review.
— Source: Solnicks' profile page, University of Liverpool