Isolated proximity in pandemic times

CW: COVID-19, health risk, self-isolation, quarantine These times are scary and uncertain. People are ill and dying due to selfishness and inconsideration from the government and the general public. It was not until this week that universities and other institutions Continue reading Isolated proximity in pandemic times

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

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

A Body Project: Cynthia Rodriguez On Their Chin(s)

A few months ago, I went to Manchester for a photoshoot for the online magazine Bustle. It was for the series A Body Project, led by the talented journalist Marie Southard Ospina and portrayed – on its Manchester leg – Continue reading A Body Project: Cynthia Rodriguez On Their Chin(s)

The Tube of You

Dunno if I’ve mentioned it already, but when my therapist found out I was trying to do “poetry stuff”, she told me to film myself and upload the videos on YouTube. It sounded terrifying. I mean, I’m going to therapy Continue reading The Tube of You