Lisa Rahim-Anderson is a London-born writer who moved to Ireland in 1990. Raised by Windrush Trinidadians, her work explores themes around diversity, identity and culture. Her work has been published in poetry anthologies, ‘Breathing in a Different Space’ and ‘Voices of 100 women’. She has performed at poetry slams, arts and community festivals and on Drive 105 radio shows. With a rich cultural heritage, she carries the voices of a determined, strong and brave line of survivors in her head. She writes, she says, not only because she loves to - but because she needs to.