Amani Saeed is an international writer whose work brings the big issues to your kitchen table. She explores the crisis cultivated by living between sometimes (but not always) contradictory cultures, treading the line between masjid and mini skirt.
In addition to being a former member of the Roundhouse Collective, the Yoniverse Collective, and the Barbican Young Poets programme, Amani is the curator and host of of the interdisciplinary sell-out nights Golden Tongue and the hen-nah party.
Amani has worked with Richmix, the Roundhouse, the BBC, and the Huffington Post, among others. Her debut collection, Split, was published with Burning Eye Books in 2018. Amani is currently working on the film Queer Parivaar.