Mates blogger: Naomi Westerman

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Naomi Westerman
Naomi Westerman is a British writer of Middle Eastern heritage. A former anthropologist, she started writing in 2015. She is a graduate of the Criterion Playwriting Programme and Graeae's Write to Play training scheme for disabled writers. Naomi’s credits include Tortoise, Puppy and Sketching (one of the co-writers with James Graham). She was recently shortlisted for the Theatre Uncut Political Playwriting Award, and is currently an Associate Company Member at the Bush Theatre and under commission to write a new play for them. Naomi is also co-founder of the feminist theatre collective Little but Fierce, and an advocate for disability representation in theatre. She also founded and run the Grassroots project, an outreach initiative to provide free mentoring, workshops and resources for young people from marginalised backgrounds to make their first short films.
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