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Oluwafemi Hughes writes prose-poetry on the texture of marginalisation, from landscapes to the personal, social, natural worlds and beyond, and other transforming experiences. With African-Indian heritage, she writes on gaining Scottish and Sussex identities, and her writing reflects a connection with nature, deepened through exploring and writing about Seven Sisters and surrounds. Her work has been anthologised in Ink on my Lips (2013) for Waterloo Press; Hidden Sussex: a new anthology for Sussex (2019); and she also has written short stories for Disability Arts. Her poetry was featured in the 2021 Brighton Festival in Tenebrae: Lessons Learnt in Darkness.