Megha Harish is a queer writer of poetry and prose from Bangalore, India, who works in the not-for-profit sector. She is currently part of the Language is a Queer Thing project, and has previously been on the Barbican Young Poets programme, and performed poetry in spaces including the Tate Modern Gallery, Southbank Centre, Birmingham Hippodrome, and Fitzwilliam Museum. Their work has been published on a range of platforms in India and the UK, including Notes (Cambridge), Queerabad’s Tilt, the mush newsletter, Gaysi, and The Life of Science.
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….More Info
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