Koshka Duff is a lecturer in social and political philosophy at the University of Nottingham. They are the editor of 'Abolishing the Police', an accessible collection of essays by various (brilliant!) authors, published last year by Dog Section Press. Last year she also published a small book of poems called 'An inquiry into how to live when the future is foreclosed', in collaboration with artist Sophie Carapetian. Koshka was in the press recently for winning a case against the London Metropolitan Police for 'sexist, derogatory and unacceptable language' used when they strip searched her back in 2013. She enjoys playing piano and writing songs with her band Stolen Goods (@stolengoodsband on Instagram).
Pronouns: they/them and she/her are both okay.