"Stairs & Whispers: D/deaf and Disabled Poets Write Back"
Events with level access, BSL poets & interpreting, and captioned films: May 31st Roundhouse London, June 3rd launch at University of Birmingham, July 8th Ledbury. Come to readings, performances, film screenings and talks, or pre-order the book now for only £14.99 - click here!
Nine Arches Press: Stairs and Whispers: D/deaf and Disabled Poets Write Back, edited by Sandra Alland, Khairani Barokka and Daniel Sluman, is a ground-breaking anthology examining UK disabled and D/deaf poetics. Packed with fierce poetry, essays, photos and links to accessible online videos and audio recordings, it showcases a diversity of opinions and survival strategies for an ableist world. With contributions that span Vispo to Surrealism, and range from hard-hitting political commentary to intimate lyrical pieces, these poets refuse to perform or inspire according to tired old narratives.
“This is a collection which redefines what poetry is. This is a collection which is nearly as varied as the diversity of impairment and disability and D/deaf experiences in Britain today. This is a collection which I will read and re-read until I have absorbed the richness and colour and anger and misery and humour and power of it.” – Tom Shakespeare, author, Disability Rights and Wrongs.
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland's Summer School:
Ramesh Meyyappan's Art of Visual Theatre.
Visit the website: https://www.rcs.ac.uk/lifelong-learning/visual-theatre/
Where? Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 100 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G2 3DB.
When? Monday 16th July 2018 - 20th July 2018 (5-days course)
Time? 10 am until 5 pm.
How much for the course? £510
How can I applying funding for the course? Contact RCS' staff by email email@example.com - ask for more informations or applying for the funding.