• @SeaThePoet

  • There once was a poet called "Sea"...

    About Sea Sharp

    SEA SHARP is a Pushcart Prize winner (2017), a Hammer and Tongue poetry slam finalist (Brighton, 2015/16), and a Prairie Seed Poetry Prize winner (2015/16). They are a Kansas State University graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Creative Writing and Literature and minor degrees in Theatre and also Women’s Studies. Sharp was the first poet featured on the Black Vegans Rock website (launched in 2016). They are passionate about intersectional veganism, black feminism, and other social movements that actively work towards empowering marginalised people, whilst dismantling oppression.


    Sharp is a non-binary, Afro-Native American, a self-proclaimed “refugee of Kansas,” and also a naturalised British citizen who lives in East Sussex with their husband. Click HERE to see their upcoming live events.


    "The Swagger of Dorothy Gale & Other Filthy Ways to Strut" is Sharp's debut collection.

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    50% of book sales are DONATED!

    Support poetry. Support community.

    $119.46 donated!

    Amount pending donation: $0

      50% of ALL book sales* to Manhattan, Kansas residents will be donated to Wonder Workshop Children's Museum.


    The workshop offers after school activities and interactive exhibits meant to unlock the secrets of science, technology, and delving into the rich traditions of diverse cultures.


    *Excluding ebooks

    & shipping costs

    $17.35 donated!

    Amount pending donation: $8.13

    50% of "Swagger" PDF sales on this site will be donated to The Food Empowerment Project (minimum £5).


    Food Empowerment Project seeks to create a more just and sustainable world by encouraging choices that reflect a more compassionate society by spotlighting unfair working conditions for produce workers, the unavailability of healthy foods in communities of color and low-income areas, the abuse of animals on farms, the depletion of natural resources, and the importance of not purchasing items that come from the worst forms of child labor.


    Amount pending donation: £10

      50% of sales from "The Skin Under My Wool" will be donated to The Clock Tower Sanctuary  (minimum £5).


    The Clock Tower Sanctuary is the only drop-in service providing all-round information, advice and support to homeless young people (aged 16-25) in Brighton & Hove. The centre is open 6 days a week.


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