Majda Gama is a Beirut-born, Saudi-American poet based in the Washington, DC area where she has roots as a Punk DJ and activist. She has read her poetry at the San Francisco Lit Crawl and the PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature. She is a 2017 Best of the Net nominee and a Neil Shepard Award finalist. Her poems have appeared in Beloit Poetry Journal, Duende, The Fairy Tale Review, Jahanamiya (the first Saudi feminist literary journal), The Normal School, Slice, The South Dakota Review, Wildness, and the anthology of 90’s pop culture, Come As You Are. Majda is Poetry Editor for Tinderbox Poetry Journal.