Xen Nhà is a maker of words and sounds through audio, zines and poetry. They grew up in Narrm/Melbourne. They have produced queer and feminist radio at 3CR Community Radio and have produced podcasts for festivals and community organisations. In 2019 they were commissioned by the Emerging Writers Festival to produce 2222: a site-specific sound installation for the the State Library Victoria. Their work ‘Sound Bodies’ is a multi-sensory audio workshop that has ran in Melbourne and Los Angeles. They freelance in audio and podcast production; has produced radio documentaries 27 (2018), Remotely Intimate (2016) and We Weren’t Born Yesterday (2015). Their practice is intuitive and is driven by care, embodied listening, conversations and honest acts of making.