Miriam Nash is a poet, performer, workshop leader and youth arts producer. She produced England’s biggest youth poetry slam, Shake the Dust in 2012 and has worked on Writing the City for the British Council Singapore, WORDCUP2010 for Apples and Snakes, and the London Teenage Poetry SLAM, as well as with Spread the Word, Barbican Young Poets and Urban Words. She leads poetry workshops in schools and has worked with young people and adults in London, Chicago and Singapore.
Miriam has performed her poetry internationally at venues including the Esplanade (Singapore), The Arts House (Singapore), Tate Modern, Tate Britain, The Courtauld Institute of Art, Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, Young Chicago Authors, Chicago’s Green Mill and many others. Her work is published in print and online journals including Magma, Brand, Popshot Magazine, New Writing Dundee, Daydream Magazine and The Battered Suitcase. Her debut pamphlet, Small Change, is published by Flipped Eye Publishing and available from Amazon. To buy from Amazon USA, click here.
Miriam recently graduated from Sarah Lawrence College, New York, with an MFA in Poetry, thanks to the support of a UK-US Fulbright Scholarship.