Sarah Thomasin is a queer feminist performance poet and sexual health worker, but not usually simultaneously. She is of no particular faith but steals and adapts the ideas she likes from all of them. Sarah has been published in Now Then magazine and her limericks on the subject of gender identity can be found in Kate Bornstein’s latest book, My New Gender Workbook. She enjoys setting herself poetry challenges, and is currently writing a current affairs based poem every day for 100 days. Sarah organizes the Sheffield spoken word night Slam Bam Thank You Ma’am, and delivers creative writing workshops for young people through Signposts Writing Development.