Taken at Migration Matters Festival, 2022.

Priyanka Moorjani, also known as PM, is a writer across disciplines.

Her poetry has been published in Spoken Word London’s Anti-Hate Anthology and the King’s College London’s Creative Writing Society’s Anthology Voices, as well as widely online. In 2020, she won the Queer@King’s Prize for her prose-poem The Persistence of Memory. And in 2019, she placed 3rd in the UK National Slams. She received a first-class distinction in her MA in Creative Writing and Publishing from the University of Lincoln with the Guardian, and was recently a Roundhouse Slam semi-finalist.

Freelance Writing & Projects

Workshops & Commissions

Low Key Poetry with PM Harrow Arts Centre (2021)
1-hour show commissioned by Harrow Arts Centre, including a poem about the Centre.

Poetry As Mindfulness: WorkshopSapphic Writers Collective (2021)
A workshop designed around using poetry as a tool to be present and an alternative form of journalling. Run in collaboration with Sapphic Writers.

WAVES: Commission Poems by Post (2021)
Poetry commission including video performance & editing.

Poetry & Mental Health: WorkshopGeneration Hope (2021)
Delivered a workshop introducing young people to spoken word poetry, encouraging them to write their own pieces about experiences in their life as a tool to improve mental health.


To The Future (Virtual Graduation)HerCampus (2021)
My performance of my poem ‘I feel like an adult when’ was featured as part of HerCampus’s international Virtual Graduation Ceremony for the class of 2021.

Queer Contemporaries Short Supply, Manchester (2020)
My poem ‘Dear Poetry/This Poem’ was included in an online exhibition ‘Queer Contemporaries’. Included an interview with Short Supply.

Just Being Me Migration Matters Festival, Sheffield (2022)
I performed my 45 minute show, ‘Just Being Me’ at the festival, opening for Lemn Sissay.