Neelam Saredia-Brayley is a spoken word poet who writes about gender, culture, identity and sexuality.
She works with illustrators and musicians to create multi-disciplinary pieces that are unique to Kent’s poetry scene, featuring live-drawing and flipchart poetry.
Neelam was the winner of the 2017 Full English Festival Slam, and has performed in several festivals & events across Kent. In 2018, she opened for Canterbury’s Poet Laureate Lemn Sissay at the University of Kent’s Worldfest celebrations.
Photo Credit: Alice Bryant