Anna Seidel is a Dutch-German economist and writer, currently completing a MSt in Creative Writing at the University of Oxford. She previously read at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland and Harvard University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in economics and philosophy. As a writer, she published a novella in the German-speaking markets while in high-school and successfully participated in National Short Story Competitions winning the A.E. Johann Literature Prize. Her poetic work has been published in Stanford University’s literature journal Mantis, Brittle Star, Porridge, Inkwell, The Fiddlehead, and Frontier Poetry among others. She is the President of the Oxford University Poetry Society and likewise runs a Poetry Foundation (The Napkin Poetry Review) advocating for the interdisciplinary exchange of arts and sciences.