About

Nasty Little Press poet, Carmina Masoliver – buy her chapbook here.

10996765_760381247416769_9034157468210024248_n (1)Carmina Masoliver is a writer from London. She has been writing and performing poetry since 2006, with feature sets in London, Norwich and UK festivals. Her work has been published in print and online. She graduated in English Literature at University of East Anglia in 2011. She has since graduated from an MA in Creative Entrepreneurship with Distinction.

Carmina is the founder of She Grrrowls – a night showcasing talented women within the arts. She is a member of the Burn After Reading community and is in a collective of poets called Kid Glove, born out of the Roundhouse programme and creators of ‘Dear Adventure’, performed as resident artists at the Roundhouse as part of the She Grrrowls LogoLast Word Festival.

Carmina was long-listed for the Young Poet Laureate for London award in 2013 and was also the winner of that year’s Poetry Rivals competition. An Academic Mentor at a secondary school, Carmina also runs a Spoken Word Club. She has facilitated workshops independently and alongside Ross Sutherland, Michael Rosen and Niall O’Sullivan. In 2016 she left to work in Vietnam and travel in South East Asia. She currently lives and works in Spain.

Camina’s first pamphlet was published by Nasty Little Press in July 2014 and is available directly from her at gigs or by email.