Annie has been breaking new ground around gender identity ever since her seminal performance as Friar Lawrence in the year 6 production of Romeo and Juliet (although she continues to bear a grudge over not being chosen to play Romeo). People in South East London are still talking about her swinging cassock. Clearly, this natural aptitude for mind-blowing drama has been channeled into her poetry. In her spare time she likes to draw demons in the margins of notebooks, and can be found wearing black and a sour expression, singing woeful karaoke in her room. Vigorous dance moves are encouraged. To her delight, a few years back, Annie won BBC proms young poet, was runner up as Times Young Poet and recently has been published in the Oxstu and Panopticon.