Sarona Abuaker is a poet, artist, and educational outreach worker. She graduated with a Masters in Art and Politics from Goldsmiths, University of London. Her poems have been published in Berfrois, MAP Magazine, the 87press’ Digital Poetics series, and Ludd Gang. Her essay ‘Suture Fragmentations – A Note on Return was published by KOHL: A Journal for Body and Gender Research in their Queer Feminisms Issue in December 2020. In 2021, Sarona took part in Notes on Radical Inclusivity, Diaspora, and Poetry, a roundtable discussion and online poetry showcase co-curated by the87press and Camden Art Centre. Sarona’s debut poetry collection, Why so few women on the street at night, will be published by the 87Press in November 2021. The collection is a queer phenomenology of collective Palestinian futurisms and memory building, utilising mixed media such as visual cultures, essays and poems, to approach territories as different as Turtle Island, Brockley and Palestine.