Mariam Bazeed is a Kuwait-born Egyptian writer living in Brooklyn, NYC. She is a past book-publishing professional writing in the genres of fiction, personal essay, and prose poetry in English. Mariam thinks deeply about words as sound, and strives to bring the musicality of her native Arabic tongue into the English she makes sentences with. She has been published in Arab Spring Dreams, as well as [wherever] magazine and In the Flesh. In 2015, she has had the honor of being awarded the Hedgebrook Women Writer’s Residency in Washington.