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Romalyn Ante is a Filipino-British, Wolverhampton-based, poet, essayist, and editor. She is co-founding editor of harana poetry, a magazine for poets who write in English as a second or parallel language, and founder of Tsaá with Roma, an online interview series with poets and other creatives. Her debut collection is Antiemetic for Homesickness (Chatto & Windus). She was recently awarded the Jerwood Compton Poetry Fellowship.
Her honours include the Poetry London Prize, Manchester Poetry Prize, Society of Author's Foundation Award, Developing Your Creative Practice, Creative Future Literary Award, amongst others. She has also recently judged the Poetry London Prize and the Manchester Poetry Prize. 
Her work has been featured in BBC World News, TEDxNHS, World Literature Today, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 3 The Verb, Harper's Bazaar, Vogue UKSouthbank Center, Book Week ScotlandBirmingham Literature Festival, and Verve Poetry Festival.
Apart from being a writer, she also works full-time as a clinical lead, specializing in supervising CBT therapists and providing different psychotherapeutic treatments to children and young people.