My name is Marzia D’Amico (1989; she/her).
I am an academic (DPhil, Oxon) and a poet, writing and performing in Italian, English and (mostly) Britalian.
I am a queer woman born in Rome and currently based in Oxford.
I am a feminist, an antifascist, and I identify as bisexual+.
I published and presented scientific contributions on Nanni Balestrini and Demetrio Stratos, Acchiappashpirt, Giulia Niccolai, Amelia Rosselli, Adriano Spatola, Sara Ventroni, Patrizia Vicinelli.
I wrote a short story for Follelfo and a non-fiction one for Abbiamoleprove. I provided suggestions for children on how to cry in the preface to Piangete Bambini by Alberto Masala. I performed unpublished poems at the ESCAtelier in Rome and I took part to the collaborative biligual poetry event “Il cielo in una stanza / This world we live in” in London. I contributed to the anthology Tutte le ragazze avanti! and chaired a witchy event with Loredana Lipperini and Rebecca Tamás (Natural Born Sorcerers)
I worked as PR and sometimes speaker for the literary radio program Cartoline dal Paese dei Libri (Radio Città Futura). I promoted bi-visibility for the UK National Student Pride and on Bproud. I co-founded with Gloria Baldoni and Francesca Massarenti a monthly newsletter on intersectional feminism: Ghinea.