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Anne E Cooper

 

Anne Cooper is an activist, poet, photographer and writer-in-residence at Cressingham Gardens Estate and has worked on community writing projects for 15 years. She is the Author of Touched and editor of two anthologies and has flash fiction and poetry published in Leaf Books, Inner City Magazine, Proletarian Poetry, Atom Bomb Bubble Gum and the Loose Muse Anthologies. Her poem essay 21st Century Guernica about the massacre in Fallujah, Iraq was published by the Stop the War Coalition and broadcast on the Islam Channel.  It was described by the late Tony Benn as “Powerful and intensely moving.” She has exhibited photography at I-SHO at The Gallery, Edwards Lane, Stoke Newington, The Urban Arts Show, Brixton and The Salome Gallery Brixton. She performed at the opening of the Norwood Library Poetry Garden with Lemn Sissay. She participated in the Poem-A-Thon for Refugees that raised over £20 000 for Médecins Sans Frontières and has appeared at The Bowery Poetry Club NYC, the Iraqi Cultural Centre, Loose Muse, Beyond Words, Lumen, Hearing Eye and Angel Poetry. Anne is a member of Malika’s Poetry Kitchen collective.

 

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