Monthly Archives: August 2013

Stirred@ Lost Things

Originally posted on Stirred Feminist Collective:
Stirred Monday 16th September : Lost Things. 7.30. 3MT. There will be an art floor exhibition of pigeon angels, a photo project collection of the lost things of Manchester: http://pigeonangel.tumblr.com/ Lost treasure  Special Guests:…

Stirred@ Lost Things

Originally posted on Stirred Feminist Collective:
Stirred Monday 16th September : Lost Things. 7.30. 3MT. There will be an art floor exhibition of pigeon angels, a photo project collection of the lost things of Manchester: http://pigeonangel.tumblr.com/ Lost treasure  Special Guests:…

Misogyny in language – The C-Word

The word cunt makes us irrational. If you’re easily offended over chance formations of letters, look away now (irrational human being that you are). I had a fantastic teacher for A-Level English Language. We were a small group and, for the

Misogyny in language – The C-Word

The word cunt makes us irrational. If you’re easily offended over chance formations of letters, look away now (irrational human being that you are). I had a fantastic teacher for A-Level English Language. We were a small group and, for the

Story :: Hardwired

Hardwired (216 words) The vending machine gave out a loud clatter and a document pack dropped into the tray. Ceila grabbed it and unwrapped the chip. Like most, she was suspicious of freewire and only connected by proxy. Those who

Story :: Hardwired

Hardwired (216 words) The vending machine gave out a loud clatter and a document pack dropped into the tray. Ceila grabbed it and unwrapped the chip. Like most, she was suspicious of freewire and only connected by proxy. Those who

Poetry :: Twerk, Baby

Tonight I performed (quite unexpectedly) at Bad Language, an awesome night of new and established writers. I didn’t feel like I had the right material to take with me to read, so this morning I sat down to write something.

Poetry :: Twerk, Baby

Tonight I performed (quite unexpectedly) at Bad Language, an awesome night of new and established writers. I didn’t feel like I had the right material to take with me to read, so this morning I sat down to write something.

Pride in my writing

Last night I performed with Stirred Poetry again, this time at the Queer Show, an event staged over the bank holiday weekend to provide a free alternative to Manchester Pride. I’ll happily confess that I’ve never been to Manchester Pride,

Pride in my writing

Last night I performed with Stirred Poetry again, this time at the Queer Show, an event staged over the bank holiday weekend to provide a free alternative to Manchester Pride. I’ll happily confess that I’ve never been to Manchester Pride,

My Cheeky Cherry Popped

I am not a poet. At least, I didn’t think I was. Poetry has never really clicked for me, other than a couple of pieces I kind of liked. I’ve never really understood the form, the rules etc. Without understanding

My Cheeky Cherry Popped

I am not a poet. At least, I didn’t think I was. Poetry has never really clicked for me, other than a couple of pieces I kind of liked. I’ve never really understood the form, the rules etc. Without understanding

Taking Inspiration from the Mind as Matter

Today I visited Brains, The Mind as Matter, the new temporary exhibition at MOSI. After the success of my workshops at Manchester Art Gallery, I’ve been wanting to try them out in different spaces around the city, and I’ve decided to

Taking Inspiration from the Mind as Matter

Today I visited Brains, The Mind as Matter, the new temporary exhibition at MOSI. After the success of my workshops at Manchester Art Gallery, I’ve been wanting to try them out in different spaces around the city, and I’ve decided to