At the end of last year, I got involved with a Psychology Now bookazine being produced by Future Bookazines (who I'd worked with previously on Black Icons) and edited by Sarah Bankes. Future make regular bookazines on all sorts of subjects, including history, science, lifestyle and travel. This is the third volume of Psychology Now, and I… Continue reading Psychology Now 3: The Psychology of Racism
If you read my last blog about last years' radio appearances and how much I enjoyed them, you can imagine my excitement when Iain from Slack City Radio got in touch and asked if I'd like to do a show! It was just the kick up the bum me and Louise (creator of The Good… Continue reading The Jam Box
Continuing along the end of year round-up vibes of my last few blog posts, I realised I'd not linked to the radio shows I've featured on throughout the year... In the summer, I met Helen Brown, aka Dog In The Snow. We connected online, after realising we'd experienced racist behaviour and micro-aggressions from the same… Continue reading Radio features, 2020
Earlier in the year, I got involved with a Black Icons project with Future Bookazines.Future make regular bookazines on all sorts of subjects, including history, science, lifestyle and travel. I'm looking forward to working with them again in the future :) For Black Icons, it was a joy to write about Nelson Mandela and Jean-Michel… Continue reading Black Icons
Hope & Laundry is a zine about searching for change in the laundrettes of Brighton & Hove. It’s about following fear to find hope. Born out of connections made with dozens of customers and laundrette workers, Hope & Laundry is inspired by different conversations and encounters around, and about, the city’s laundrettes.
I'm so excited to be one of six socially engaged artists working on QDT Laundrette - a project produced by Arts organisation, Quiet Down There CIC.
My contribution to the project will take a writing focus and I'm really looking forward to engaging with local Brighton laundrette staff and customers and seeing what stories arise or what poetry appears...