Savannah Brown is a poet and novelist born in 1996. Originally from a small town in northeast Ohio, she first gained recognition from a viral spoken word poem performed when she was a teenager. After, she moved to London, and at age 19 self-published her debut poetry collection Graffiti which was a finalist in the Goodreads Choice Awards the year of its release. Her poetry has amassed more than fifteen million views online since then and has taken her across the UK, Europe and the US to perform.
Her first novel The Truth About Keeping Secrets was published in 2019 with Penguin Random House UK, which Kirkus called ‘visceral, pitch-perfect’, and Booklist called 'deliciously twisted'.
Savannah’s second poetry collection Sweetdark is out now.