TARIK ROSS-CAMERON

Tarik is a Brummie writer and performer who has featured at various Birmingham poetry events including Howl, Stirchley Speaks and Opus Club and national platforms such as Poetry Rivals and SBTV’s National Poetry Day celebration as part of #0121Radio

 

Tarik has become known for his refreshing yet biting rhymes and the overall authenticity of his writing and performances. His writing comes from personal experiences, forming opinions on the world’s past, present and future.

 

In 2017, Tarik was commissioned by Punch Records, Arts Connect and the Gallery 37 Foundation to produce his first collection of poetry, ‘Do What You Can’, the release of which was celebrated in a curated poetry night at the MAC, Birmingham.

 

And during 2018 Tarik took part in Gallery 37 as a member of the Spoken Word Camp to produce performance pieces based on commonwealth.

Tarik is a Brummie writer and performer who has featured at various Birmingham poetry events including Howl, Stirchley Speaks and Opus Club and national platforms such as Poetry Rivals and SBTV’s National Poetry Day celebration as part of #0121Radio

 

Tarik has become known for his refreshing yet biting rhymes and the overall authenticity of his writing and performances. He writes about things he has experienced and things he has a desire to say about the world, past, present and future.

In 2017, Tarik was commissioned by Punch Records, Arts Connect and the Gallery 37 Foundation to produce his first collection of poetry, Do What You Can and curated a launch night at Mac Birmingham to celebrate its release.