Nottingham Green Hustle and a poetry video

lineup from Green Hustle, including Gobs poetry

Writing this right after my second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Feeling exhilirated and joyful at the moment. Still aware the storm isn’t gone yet and I need to wait some time for the defenses to get properly strong, but Continue reading Nottingham Green Hustle and a poetry video

TONIGHT: Gobs Collective Showcase on Notts TV

Gobs spoken word poetry showcase and Notts TV logos.

On the 27th of March, we had our Gobs poetry showcase, packed full of outstanding poetry films and performances. If you are more into watching television, then you are in for a treat today. Notts TV (Freeview channel 7, Virgin channel Continue reading TONIGHT: Gobs Collective Showcase on Notts TV

NEW GIG: Gobs Collective Showcase ft. Casey Bailey

This is on Saturday and you should come. The films and performances are of such a high caliber. Art, passion, determination, so many different and valuable visions we can’t wait to share with you. Casey Bailey is a writer, performer Continue reading NEW GIG: Gobs Collective Showcase ft. Casey Bailey

Man on the Moon

Heyy, I had a lovely workshop at Everybody’s Reading Festival and would definitely do it again. The festival is still going on this month and you should go to the events. Particularly looking forward to the Black History Month Special Continue reading Man on the Moon

National Poetry Day 2019 #SpeakYourTruthPoem “Dark Truths/White Lies”

Today is National Poetry Day, and everyone from living poetry legends like Joelle Taylor to… Brian?! are celebrating with their favourite poems or with pieces created for the occassion. The theme this year is “truth”, and the National Poetry Day Continue reading National Poetry Day 2019 #SpeakYourTruthPoem “Dark Truths/White Lies”

Book Review: Jackie Hagan – Some People Have Too Many Legs

featured image credit: Life on the Slow Lane. Going to start posting book reviews here every now and then because content. Content warning: mental health, leg amputation, near-death experience. On video: this, plus family death, internalised fatphobia. In 2013, Jackie Continue reading Book Review: Jackie Hagan – Some People Have Too Many Legs

@TwkLGBTQ RoCur week

Almost a decade late to the Rotation Curation party, but never too late, I guess: this week I am curating the TwkLGBTQIA+ twitter account. Every week, @TwkLGBTQ gets a different person from the sparkling rainbow of lesbians, gays, bis, trans, Continue reading @TwkLGBTQ RoCur week

WORD! Presents: A Generous Lover

On Thursday 12th September, I’ll have the privilege of opening for fabulous, kaleidoscopic, multimedia British-American performer La JohnJoseph. They will bring their show A Generous Lover to Attenborough Arts Centre. The true, and very queer tale, of one soul’s journey Continue reading WORD! Presents: A Generous Lover

Fernandez and Wheeler – Upstairs at The Western

The past month was a month of losses and disappointment. This month, I am trying to regain my strength, sense of self and trust in other people. Therefore, I am spending it with those who believe, listen, communicate and fight Continue reading Fernandez and Wheeler – Upstairs at The Western