Ronnie Angel Pope (b. 1998) is a writer and researcher. Her work has been published by Frieze, ArtMonthly, Yoko Ono, Penguin Random House, (The Man) Repeller, and others. She is the author of “iPhone Notes 2021” which was flagged by the Times Literary Supplement as constituting a “challenge to the ingrained snobbery” of the literary world. She is a recipient of the Film and Video Umbrella’s Michael O’Pray Prize (2021) and was awarded the University of Oxford’s ISIS Writing Prize by Julian Barnes. An alumnus of the University of Basel, Switzerland, she also holds an MA from King’s College London in Contemporary Literature, Culture & Theory, and is cur- rently a doctoral researcher at the University of Oxford’s English Faculty, looking at blank spaces, pauses, and silences.