Elizabeth Uter is a poet, writer, actor, theatre director, and acting coach. She has taught poetry workshops for Farrago Poetry and Kensington & Chelsea Library Services. She is currently writing a poetry anthology about the contributions of Caribbean and African Soldiers in both World Wars.
In May 2018, she was the overall winner in the ‘Poem for Slough’ competition with her poem ‘Slough Homecoming’, an antidote to Sir John Betjeman’s ‘Slough’. She has received multiple poetry commissions and was the Brent winner in the 2017 City Of Stories Competition and is published in the 2017 City of Stories Anthology.