“Absolutely necessary for anyone interested in the arts to devour these pages, to learn, create, laugh and, obviously, smash it”. Kate Tempest
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Joelle Taylor is an award-winning poet, playwright, author and editor. She has performed across the UK and internationally, and has read in a diverse range of venues, from the 100 Club, 02 Arena, Royal Festival Hall and Ronnie Scott’s, to the Royal Court, Globe, Buckingham Palace and various prisons, including Pentonville and Holloway. She has published three collections of poetry: Ska Tissue, The Woman Who Was Not There and her latest collection Songs My Enemy Taught Me.
Lisa Minerva Luxx is a queer writer, performer, essayist and activist of British Syrian heritage. She is the winner of the Outspoken Prize for Performance Poetry in 2018 and was shortlisted for both the Peace Poetry Prize in 2016 and the Sabatuer Awards Best Spoken Word Performer in 2017. Luxx was nominated for the Arts Foundation Fellowship in Poetry and has been broadcast across channels including BBC Radio 4, VICE TV and ITV.
MORE AUTHORS TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON