Ash Tré Phillips is a genderqueer poet born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. They are a maker of puns, lover of coffee, and destroyer of gender. They are a two-time Youth Speaks Teen poetry slam finalist.
They have self published two chapbooks, The World Is a Timestamp (2018) and Absurdism: An Elegy for Kurt Cobain (2017). The poems "Dead Girls Birthday Cake", "Reflexes", and "Flatline" appear in Straight Up: An Intergenerational LGBTQ+ Anthology edited by Rose Gelfand. Their essay "(Coming Out of) My Cage and I've Been Doing Just Fine" was published in Transvetia, Issue 1 (2019) by Jackson Stoner.
They are the parent of two cats and have been dubbed Tongo Eisen-Martin's poetry heir.