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Genamarie Shaw is a neurodivergent poet who grew up in South London. Described as quirky, with a frank sense of humor, she writes poetry to help her navigate the everyday.
A strong believer that poetry is for everyone, Gena creates accessible and relatable poems about her everyday, contemporary life. Her first poetry collection "Coffee stirred with milk" explores interracial relationships, motherhood, death, dating, and having a flashlight wee...
She is currently working on her next poetry collection and appearing at open mics and poetry nights around London.
Christina E. Petrides teaches English on Jeju Island, South Korea. Her poems have been published in periodicals worldwide. Her first verse collection, On Unfirm Terrain, is forthcoming from Kelsay Books. Christina’s website is: www.christinaepetrides.com
Abbie Hart is an 18 year old poet from Houston, Texas. She has been published 19 times, including in BRIDGE and Millenial Pulp, and she is the Editor-in-Chief of the Literary Forest Poetry Magazine. In her spare time, she makes zines for cool people on her Fiverr and learns new useless skills incessantly (current favorite: crochet granny squares). Her Instagram is @a.m.hart.poet, and her website is abbiemhart.wordpress.com.