Selina Nwulu is a writer, poet and performer. Her work is an exploration of both the personal and political which she weaves with themes of identity, daily observation, nostalgia and belonging. Her first chapbook collection, The Secrets I Let Slip was published by Burning Eye Books in September 2015 and is a Poetry Book Society (PBS) recommendation. As well as writing for a number of online outlets such as the Guardian and Red Pepper, her poetry has also been published by Emma Press, Lunar Poetry, Free Word and the RSA. She is former Young Poet Laureate for London 2015-6, a prestigious award that recognizes talent and potential in the capital. So far during her tenure she has read at Cúirt Literature Festival, Galway,and StAnza poetry festival, St Andrews, in which she was labelled as ‘an emerging writer to watch’. She has also read at both the House of Commons and the Lords. She has previously toured nationally with Apples and Snakes, representing London as part of the ‘Public Address II tour’ as well as performing internationally at the EU Environmental Human Rights Conference in Budapest. She has just returned from a literary tour in India with the British Council.