Maria Howard is a writer and artist based in Glasgow. In 2019 she was shortlisted for the Fitzcarraldo Editions Essay Prize and received a Gillian Purvis Trust Award for New Writing. In 2020 she was awarded a full grant residency at Can Serrat. In 2021 she was commended for her submission to the UEA New Forms Award. She is an associate editor for Nothing Personal magazine and also works as a freelance writer and translator.
Exhibitions, projects, presentations, residencies and publications include: Teiko/Resist (forthcoming 2021); From Glasgow to Saturn (2021); Soft Shell podcast (2020); The People’s House at Burley Fisher (2019); 12 Hour Non-State parade, Cooper Gallery, Dundee (2019); The Bothy Project (2019); Poetics in Commons, University of Sheffield (2019); Art Writing Symposium at Glasgow Women’s Library (2019); Scottish Writers’ Centre New Writing Showcase,CCA, Glasgow (2019); Hospitalfield interdisciplinary residency (2018); A to Zakka by Telegram Gallery at dn&co. (2017); Landscape by Telegram Gallery at dn&co. (2016).