Aïsha Trambas

Aïsha Trambas is an Afro-Greek arts worker based on Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung lands. Trambas was the Program Coordinator of the Emerging Writers’ Festival 2019, and has performed at Yirramboi Festival, Still Nomads’ ‘Displace and Displant’ at Arts House, Melbourne Writers’ Festival and Melbourne Fringe. She is interested in becoming more herself, and figuring out what she’s meant to be doing here.

‘Poems are Alive’: Aïsha Trambas Interviews Thabani Tshuma

Thabani Tshuma is a Zimbabwean writer and performance poet. His work can be found in publications such as dichōtomi magazine and Next in Colour.

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Aïsha Trambas Reviews Sweatshop Women: Volume One Edited by Winnie Dunn

Sweatshop Women: Volume One is an anthology of poetry and prose by twenty-three emerging writers based in Western Sydney. As a text, Sweatshop Women unapologetically claims space in the public archive of literary testimony crafted on this continent by women of colour.

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