An inclusive podcast focused on queer, disabled, and marginalised stories, poetry, and art. Includes the audiobook of dark fantasy Twisted Roots, read in installments by the author, A. G. Parker. E-book available on Kindle www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B099N8WVBM/ref=cm_cr_arp_mb_bdcrb_top?ie=UTF8 or as a PDF www.agparker.co.uk Twitter: a_george_parker Instagram: a_g_parker Cabinets of curiosities, also known as ‘wonder rooms’, were small collections of extraordinary objects which attempted to tell stories about the wonders and oddities of the natural world. These displays, much like Victorian freak shows – and even modern media, literature, medical research, museums, and everyday life – often took fascination with and/or misrepresented anyone who didn’t fit into the (cisheteronormative, white-supremacist, ableist, patriarchal) norm. Both in art and in life, these groups have had stories written about them, while their own stories go unheard. The remedy is to reclaim our narrative and push ... more
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Our first ever guest is the UK’s Slam Champion, Rick Dove, discussing art, disability, social justice, capitalism, and his upcoming tour. Details of how you can see Rick perform live are on his website. more
A poem dedicated to the life and kindness of Rob Searle.
Serving you poetry, fiction, writing chat, and more. This episode features Hybrid, a short SF story including alien invasion, plants, and interspecies sex.
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