D. Mortimer is a London-based writer occupied with experimental queer and trans narratives. Their work has appeared in Granta, The Guardian, Vice and DIVA magazine. They have performed their poetry at The Institute of Contemporary Art (Queers Read This, 2019) and Camden Arts Centre (2019). Their short story ‘Supermarket Revelations’ was published in Liberating the Canon: An Anthology of Innovative Fiction (Dostoyevsky Wannabe) in 2018. Their essay ‘Like Lord Byron’ is featured in A Queer Anthology of Sickness (Pilot Press, 2019). They are currently reading for a PhD in Creative Writing at The University of Roehampton. It’s about salmon or heartbreak. A collection of poems entitled We are the same number now (Let’s go swimming press, 2019) is available to order from their website.