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A Poet’s Origins – I Was Made For This (Part 1)

By Reanna - One Inky Queer / 2022-05-19
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<img aria-describedby="caption-attachment-72023" class="wp-image-72023 size-medium" src="https://disabilitynewswire.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/20220519_122246_2-399×500-1.jpg" alt="A slim red and pink notebook on a wooden surface, with 'Poetry Notebook 1, Feb 2021' written on the cover"

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Once Fooled – Poem

By Milly Grimshaw / 2022-05-10
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It can be hard when those closest to us cannot accept who we are, I wrote this after an unfortunate incident happened. 

Once

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Define Your Journey – the audience response

By Jo-anne Cox / 2022-05-09
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Part 1: Audience Response to Define Your Journey

We first began work on Define Your Journey in early 2020 when we decided to shift the

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The Together! 2012 Pop-Up Poetry Club: “A day at the beach”

By Together_2012 / 2022-04-24
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The Together! 2012 Pop-Up Poetry Club offers a FREE weekly poetry workshop for Disabled people from 10:30am to 12noon on Wednesday mornings. We read, write, and talk

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Poems

By Will Reynolds / 2022-04-24
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In wakeful nights
And times of fright
Standing sentinel, a source of light.
The lonesome angel still does stand
Reaching out to your shaking 

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Embedding Access: The Heart and the Art of the Journey

By Jo-anne Cox / 2022-04-12
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Define Your Journey dramaturg and artistic director, Kate Lovell, talks about creating a digital sonic saga where access leads the creative output

When I work

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Youth Together! Zoom Club for young Disabled artists and creators

By Together_2012 / 2022-04-04
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I’m Kate Rolison, textile artist and Youth Development Worker at Together! 2012 CIC. At the start of the pandemic in 2020 I made a daily

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What If Art Talked Back

By Dolly Sen / 2022-04-04
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This is the research I am doing at the moment for my ‘BIRDSONG FROM INOBSERVABLE WORLDS’, trying to find the mad/mentally distressed voice in the

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The Together! 2012 Pop-Up Poetry Club: “A bird’s feather”

By Together_2012 / 2022-04-01
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The Together! 2012 Pop-Up Poetry Club offers a FREE weekly poetry workshop for Disabled people from 10:30am to 12noon on Wednesday mornings. We read, write,

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Crippen suggests that we don’t fall into the trap of rewriting our history

By Crippen / 2022-03-22
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Like thousands of other Crips, I sat back with eager anticipation to watch the BBC film Then Barbara met Alan. OK, it was intended as

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