Patrizia Longhitano was born in Brazil in 1980 and lived in Manaus until she was eight years old. She moved to Italy with her adoptive parents until 2005 when she decided to move to the UK. Since then, she has been living in London working as a nanny. She started writing poems in English more than ten years ago. Some of her poems have appeared in the anthology Un Nuevo Sol, The Rialto Magazine, The South Bank Poetry Magazine and The Delinquent.
Ana María Reyes is a poet from Caracas, Venezuela born in 1983. She is the co- founder of the poetry collective Poesía Pandemica. She studied arts and documentary filmmaking. Her work has been anthologized in Leyendo poesía in London: todas las voces todas, todas (El ojo de la cultura, 2019) and De Lujurías y Musas.
Oscar Guardiola-Rivera is a Colombian writer, poet, lawyer and philosopher. He teaches international law and international affairs at Birkbeck College, University of London. and is the author of the books: What if Latin America Ruled the World?: How the South Will Take the North into the 22nd Century and Story of a Death Foretold and the poetry collection Night of the World.
Angélica Quintero is a poet (pen name: Hada Candelaria), creative producer and data semiotician, who wrote the poem I survived (Me salvé) after listening to Rosa Gómez give her testimony to the Colombian Truth Commission in London. Angélica is also the producer of the performance.