Sai Murray (he/him) is a writer, poet, spoken word and graphic artist of Bajan/African/English heritage. His work addresses issues of self, societal and ecological repair and seeks to highlight the often concealed yet myriad interwoven relationships in our fast paced consumer world. Sai is a founding artistic director of Voices that Shake! and is currently co-editing a 10 year anthology to be released later this year. He is founder of Liquorice Fish art/activist promotions; resident poet at Numbi Arts; a trustee of The Racial Justice Network; and an organising member of PARCOE (the Pan-Afrikan Reparations Coalition in Europe). His first poetry collection, ‘Ad-liberation’ and his novella, ‘Kill Myself Now: The True Confessions of An Advertising Genius’ are published by Peepal Tree Press. Sai is currently holding our Reimagining Masculinities: Healing Circle.