Isabel Ros Lopez
“Isabel is a Spanish-British singer songwriter, poet, song -finder and multi-media artist. Born in Australia to Spanish parents, she grew up in Madrid and Malaga. She found her voice as an adolescent, during the dictatorship, and learned to use it to support the diverse struggles of the time. She migrated to the UK in the late 70s, and connected straight away with the women’s movement, and communities of the ‘Otherhood’, especially refugees. Over the years, her bilingual voice has covered the multiple doings of human life, with a passion and commitment to history told by those in search of dialogue, equality in diversity, inclusion and social change.
Isabel is part of the Hispanic-American Women Writers on Memory, who have recently published Wonder-makers: Navigators of the Thames, two anthologies, one of poetry and one of stories. She is also a member of SLAP (Spanish and Latin American Poets and Writers). Her most recent collections are We, La Palabra (The Word) and The Hummingbird Song.”