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What Dancing Means To Me

By Milly Grimshaw / 2023-01-25
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black and white line drawing

Candle drawing

What Dancing Means To Me

my neck aches and my legs

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100 Meters; Dead

By Richard Downes / 2023-01-25
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My dreams took me back to an early death last night before taking a surreal turn. I’ll tell you my dreams if you tell me

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The Hirsel Estate, 2022 (the grass is always greener)

By Ellen Renton / 2023-01-17
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I often take photos, and realise when I look at them on a bigger screen after the fact, that they are unnaturally bright. This especially

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Black Widow 16

By Richard Downes / 2023-01-15
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This 16th chapter began way back at Chapter 1. If you want to go back, catch up and follow the links feel free. This section

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Fox Loves Foxgloves

By Richard Downes / 2023-01-12
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This one was commissioned by Elinor Rowland’s Magical Women magazine where i was ensconced as an Artist in Solidarity. The commission was to write in

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Declaration 22; Growth Denied

By Richard Downes / 2023-01-03
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Article 22 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights reads: “Everyone, as a member of society, has the right to social security and is entitled

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Declaration 28; No Safe Way Forward

By Richard Downes / 2022-12-30
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Article 28 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Everyone is entitled to a social and international order in which the rights and freedoms set

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Introducing the team: Highlights of 2022

By Colin Hambrook / 2022-12-23
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It seems remarkable how quickly this year has gone and how much Disability Arts Online has developed as an organisation with Trish Wheatley at the

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Corona 10; Race – The Virus

By Richard Downes / 2022-12-22
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Race – The Virus

In South Korea
They were Covid free
Washed hands wore masks
Were orderly

Their lock down locked up
Then

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Christmas Identity Crisis

By Reanna - One Inky Queer / 2022-12-21
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Here’s a poem I wrote last year, in another lockdown with derailed festive plans, to be read to all the same songs that are stuck

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