Bridget Minamore is a writer from and based in south-east London.
She has worked with British African theatre company Tiata Fahodzi, and runs poetry workshops – mostly for young people – around the UK.
Bridget has worked with the National Theatre and the Royal Opera House, and read her poems at places including the Roundhouse, Latitude Festival, the Bristol Old Vic and the Southbank Centre. In 2013 was shortlisted to be London’s first Young Poet Laureate. As a journalist, Bridget has written for publications like the Guardian, Pitchfork, The Pool, and The Debrief. She mostly writes about London, pop culture, race, and feminism, as well as the intersections between them. She works with charity to empower women who have experienced sexual violence
Her first pamphlet Titanic (Out-Spoken Press) came out in May 2016.
The meeting with Bridget Minamore at the OFF Miłosz Festival in Krakow will be moderated by Sarah Forbes Steward.
Language of the meeting: English (with Polish translation).
British Council is a patron of the event.