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Within her artistic practice Rachel Gadsden has been exploring derelict Asylums seeking to examine the traces of life within their fabric despite the neglect and decay.
This narrative by Tim Hayton is based on her collection of paintings, 'Beyond the Asylum'. John Exell explores Job Seeker's Psychosis in an extended poem written during the recession in the s. What would a dialogue between Lord Nelson and a social worker have sounded like? Ann Young, wizened disability art chick and groupie, brings the historical character into the present and makes some terrible jokes in passing. A new piece of prose from disabled writer Peter Street evokes a vivid picture of a day centre somewhere in the north of England in May He was raised in Bolton by his mother and a stepfather: Thomas Edgar Street.
He was recipient of a Royal Literary Fund grant in It is who I am. In many ways it has been the making of me View the Con.
Text is a unique audience engagement project devised by artist and writer Gini. Visitors were invited to take a comfy seat and chat about their own journeys and their thoughts on the 'The View from Here' exhibition, which took place at Salisbury Arts Centre from 9th November to 23 December Text' is a poetic response to Sue Austin's underwater wheelchair live art piece 'Creating the Spectacle!
Published by Penniless Press, 'Listening to the Dark' is Street's fifth volume, which includes a diverse range of topics from growing up in Bolton, living with disability, his experience as a war poet in Croatia and voicing the concerns of plants and trees. DAO presents a sampler from the online anthology. Oliver Swingler from the choir sent the following song to DAO. He says that if anyone else wants to record it and publish with acknowledgement of Oliver and the choir , they are most welcome.
Lynne Blackwood started writing in April after illness terminated her professional activity.
She is of Anglo-Indian descent and her emotional heritage plays a strong part in her writing sensitivities, reflecting a mosaic of experiences and cultures. DAO is proud to present a series of her short stories.
Gini was awarded a Diverse Perspectives commission to make creative responses to conversations with artists and audiences at Salisbury Arts Centre. The scrolls she produced give a creative insight into peoples' reactions to work exhibited and their reasons for coming to the Arts Centre. Sean Burn's third and latest full volume of poetry 'Is that a bruise or a tattoo? Richard Longstaff submitted the following selection of his poetry. He submitted a selection from his forthcoming poetry pamphlet due to be published by Survivors' Press in summer John William Brown is a poet, painter and performer based in Norwich.
Short Story Competitions , List of Writing Competitions UK - Christopher Fielden
She says: "Writing about life experiences through truth and humour is a survival mechanism. Poetry is therapy and any chance to express hidden darkness is a reason to live.
Carol Robson loves the performance genre.