Dev Ramsawakh is a disabled and non-binary multidisciplinary storyteller and audio engineer whose work focuses on their intersecting identities. They are a writer, a podcaster and audio engineer, filmmaker, educator, model and horror aficionado. They were the 2019 TVO Short Docs Contest winner and their short films have been screened at Inside Out Film Festival, Toronto Queer Film Festival, ReelAbilities Film Festival, and North Bay Film Festival. Their work has been published on Chatelaine, CBC, them, Xtra, among others. They’re included in the Disability Visibility anthology edited by Alice Wong and have fiction in the anthologies Two Times Removed and Toronto 2033. They have self-published poetry chapbooks and smaller zines. They also facilitate workshops independently and with CRIP Collective around disability justice, storytelling, and more. You can find them on Twitter and TikTok @merkyywaters and on Instagram @merkyy_waters.