Bridget Minamore is a British-Ghanaian writer from South-East London. She is a poet, critic, essayist, and journalist for The Guardian, often writing about pop culture, theatre, race and class.
She has been chosen as one of Speaking Volumes’ 40 Stars of Black British Literature, has read her work internationally, and is the lead tutor for the Roundhouse Poetry Collective. Titanic (Out-Spoken Press), her debut pamphlet of poems on modern love and loss, was published in May 2016.
Bridget has been on the Brainchild team since the beginning and remains an Associate Programmer.