An online reading event featuring seven brilliant writers of colour!

Watch the video above for performances of: poetry, spoken word, fiction and more!

This event was streamed on Facebook Live – watch on Facebook


Sunnah Khan is a Scottish poet and documentary filmmaker living in London. She is part of the poetry collective 4 BROWN GIRLS WHO WRITE.
Instagram: @4browngirlswhowrite
Personal Instagram: @sunnahkh08

Roshni is a poet from Leeds currently living in Edinburgh. She has an MA in English Literature and History with a focus on postcolonialism.
Twitter: @roshnigallagher
Instagram: @roshnissg

Katalina Watt is a Filipino-British author published in Haunted Voices, Ceremony, Unspeakable, Malefaction Magazine’s Femme Fatale, and Extra Teeth Issue Two. She is currently working on her debut short story collection based on Filipino folklore and exploring colonialism, femininity, and queerness. She can be found at and @katalinawatt

Hashim Ul-Hassan is a primary school teacher who lives in Scotland and writes poetry that explores identity and being a person of colour in a post/colonial nation. Twitter: @lasanadrak 

Anjeli Caderamanpulle is a poet and editor of Meet Cute Zine in Glasgow. She has a pamphlet, Boys with SPAM Press, and has been published in Gutter Magazine. She writes about her nostalgia for nothing and the permanence (and disposability) of popular culture. Find her on Instagram: @meetcutezine @athirstypeaTwitter: @Anjeli_c

Alexandra Ye is from Maryland. She is currently a postgraduate student in creative writing at the University of Edinburgh. 

Nadia Freeman is a New Zealand born poet and spoken word performer of Indian and Scottish heritage currently living in Edinburgh.  Her work is influenced by her professional work on social concerns in health, equalities and the environment. Nadia is a regular writer for Mxogyny, and is also a musician that fuses spoken word with her compositions.  These tracks can be found at

Date: 14th May 2020
From 7PM to 8:30PM

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