Anna Lounguine is a writer of prose poetry and creative non-fiction, currently based in Paris. Treading the boundaries of intimacy and identity, building narratives through the presence of an indistinct I, offering playful and meditative soundscapes to question rather than seek answers — to embody the porousness of time and memory. The body and its voice become an inherent part of the process, exploring the pluralities within, reaching out to the infinite possibilities of collective narratives for gender, desire and care. She is the co-founder of micro-publishing house, Orpheus Standing Alone (2014). Her work has been included in multi-media shows and exhibited in France, Germany, and the UK, as well as in online and printed publications.