Amani Saeed is a writer who treads the line between roots and routes. She writes poetry, blog posts, films, and whatever else is needed to get the point across. In addition to being a former member of the Roundhouse Collective and Barbican Young Poets, Amani is the curator and host of the interdisciplinary sell-out night the hen-nah party, designed by and for queer South Asians. Her poetry collection, Split, was published with Burning Eye Books. Amani is the co-writer for Queer Parivaar, which premiered at the BFI.
Gieve Patel has published three books of poetry: ‘Poems’ (Nissim Ezekiel, Bombay, 1966); ‘How Do You Withstand, Body’ (Clearing House, Bombay, 1976); and ‘Mirrored, Mirroring’ (Oxford University Press, Madras,…More Info
Ifẹ Grillo is an award-winning writer, producer, performer, and educator. Ifẹ’s work focuses on unpacking what it means to be human in an innovative and engaging way and has…More Info
Jazz Money is a poet and artist of Wiradjuri and Irish heritage, based in Sydney Australia. Her multi-award winning practice spans installation, digital, performance, film and print. Jazz’s first…More Info
Jerry Pinto lives, writes, edits, teaches, translates and fumes in Mumbai. He has won the Sahitya Akademi Award, the Windham-Campbell Award, the Hindu Lit for Life and the Crossword…More Info