Adjoa Wiredu is a writer and artist from London. She writes poetry, personal essays, and creative non-fiction about identity. Her work is an attempt to discuss what it means to be a second-generation, black British-Ghanaian woman.
You can find her writing in various online and print publications including, Wellcome Collection, Irisi Magazine, Plantin Mag, Ink, Sweat and Tears, Silver Birch Press, Gal-dem, in Desert Rose Lit Mag, and Parentheses, Barcelona. In 2018, she engaged in a Walk and Talk research project at Arc Artist Residency; she was a Writer-in-Residence at JIWAR Barcelona and a recipient of the Heart of Glass professional development bursary.