Anita Goveas is British-Asian, and London-based. She’s on the editorial team at Flashback Fiction, and an editor at Mythic Picnic’s Twitter zine.
Her flash fiction was in Best Microfiction 2019, and is on the 2021 Wigleaf Top 50 list
Her debut flash collection, ‘Families and other natural disasters’, is available from Reflex Press.
Nabeela Ahmed is a writer, storyteller, multilingual poet and spoken word artist. She writes and shares her work in English, Urdu and Pahari. Her poetry was the main feature of Keighley Arts and Film Festival in 2020. She has had poems published in England, America, Pakistan and India. She self-published her book, Despite our Differences, via Amazon in 2018 and is currently working on her novel.
Nazira Vania is a Leicester-based writer. She has recently finished writing her first novel, When You’re Smiling, a story of family, faith, and football. Her work can be found in the Leicester Writes Short Story Prize anthology 2018 and in the anthology for the Middle Way Mentoring Project, In The Middle.
Mala is a second generation Asian writer based in London. With a passion for poetry, travel and feature writing, she has been published in newspapers, lifestyle and travel magazines and poetry anthologies. Her creative drive is for self-fulfilment and emotional harmony with aspirations of having all the time in the world to devote to writing.
Sujana is a multilingual poet, playwright and researcher, working in Nepali, English and Hindi. Sujana’s creative work is driven by a fascination with people, places and folklore. Her work has been featured in various magazines and anthologies, and her radio and theatre plays have been developed with support from BBC Radio 4, Birmingham Rep and Warwick Arts Centre, among others. Sujana was a core poet at BBC’s Contains Strong Language poetry festival. Sujana currently lives in Warwickshire with her husband and two young children.
Sarah M Jasat
Sarah M Jasat grew up believing her family was very strange but later discovered she was Indian. She lives in Leicester, UK, and writes short fiction about the strangeness of family. She dreams about writing a novel for older children if only she could get her own child to go to sleep.
Sidra Ansari’s first book is called, “Finding Peace Through Prayer and Love”. Her current passion is writing children’s books. She is a freelance writer and works from home, where she spends most of her time talking to the cat, Storm, and trying not to eat too much chocolate.