Georgina Parke is a community writer, lawyer and psychotherapist of dual Jamaican and British heritage. She grew up by the Lincolnshire coast and has lived in Sussex for over 20 years. Her work fits untidily in the psycho-socio-geographic genre. She was commissioned by the National Ambulance BME Conference and Forum to talk and read her poetry on intersectionality and identity; was invited by the University of Sussex to speak on Writing Race, Gender and the Social. She was published in Hidden Sussex: a new anthology for Sussex (2019) and commissioned to write poetry for a sound audio installation, Tenebrae, 2020: Lessons Learnt in Darkness for Brighton Festival (2021). She is currently finishing a collection of short stories and poetry, The Doves of Moulsecoomb. Georgina is also a Changing Chalk Associate Artist for Writing Our Legacy/The National Trust.