Anita Solak is a poet and writer navigating the silences of the migrant home, the struggles of language and the responsibilities inherent in love and loss. Her work obsesses over reconciling the absurdity of the past with the absurdity of the present and the way languages take up space. She completed a Bachelor of Creative Writing in 2017 and is currently studying the Master of Writing and Publishing at RMIT University. Her writing has been published in Cordite, Rabbit, Runway Journal, Voiceworks and more. She writes to perform her confusion for the world.