Sally Flint’s interest in environmental and socially-committed writing means she often works alongside scientists and health care professionals to utilise the arts to get key climate change messages across to a wide audience. She is creative writing lead with Climate Stories and, most recently, with the poetry project, One Chance Left, presented at the Science Pavilion at COP26, and with Arctic Basecamp.

Public facing projects and publications include Devon Remembers, Changing Lives Through Literature, Exetreme Imagination, and she recently curated poems for G7/Green Futures. Ongoing research into the relationship between visual art and text in a contemporary context informs her work too, as does lecturing in English & Creative Writing, and being a tutor with the Poetry School. As an award-winning writer, co-founder of Riptide, and associate editor with Culture Matters, she supports and promotes fairness, innovation and interdisciplinary writing and publishing.