Nise is a writer, poet and artist. She writes experimental fiction and is currently working on her debut novel: a dérive into the situational behaviours and obsessions of heroic dead men. She creates visual and conceptual poetry, for both the page and as installation, and was awarded the Michael Donaghy Poetry Prize 2018. Her work has been showcased in exhibitions and online publishing (3AM, 45 Square…), as well as being performed across London & SE venues.
Nise hosts the literary and spoken word events Lexis and Writers Room. She is one half of the art collaboration Liminal and is a member of the editorial team for Mechanics Institute Review #16 (a literary anthology promoting contemporary, experiential works that go beyond the metropolitan mainstream).
As an educator of literature, creative writing, heritage and arts based learning, Nise is an advocate of culture for all. She has interviewed authors on behalf of TSS Publishing, directed and programmed literary festivals and instigated and curated community heritage arts projects. She is currently studying towards an MFA in Creative Writing.