Anna Forsyth is an editor, poet and event manager. In 2014, she founded Girls on Key, a feminist poetry organisation, that now hosts regular poetry readings for women and gender diverse poets in Sydney, Wollongong, Melbourne and Newcastle. Her poems and short stories have appeared in numerous journals in print and online including: Headland, FourW, Poetry New Zealand, Landfall, NScribe, Not Very Quiet, Baby Teeth and Sidestream among others. Her two collections of poetry are A Tender Moment Between Strangers (General Chaos Press 2013) and Beatific Toast (General Chaos Press 2018). She was the joint winner of the NAIDOC Red Room poetry prize 2018 and the Unity Books Short Story Competition, 2017 (NZ). She is the publishing manager and editor of Girls on Key Press, a small press focusing on female and gender diverse poets. She currently lives in Newcastle, NSW.