& it’s not just the pink & white colour of the muscle & cartilage which i guess is the same in us all underneath but the facial features like blue eyes & pinched nose the look of determination and the arm cocked behind in a lunge toward progress ever onwards it’s a white man’s face … Continue reading BodyWorlds
I enjoyed the process of obsessively scrawling 'too many words for a compulsive reader' onto a mirror.
Embodied Poetics as a Mode of Spiritual Resistance in the Capitalocene
This talk draws on my own experiences of finding a path as an embodied spiritual poet in a challenging intellectual/social/cultural environment that is/has been dismissive of both bodies and spirituality.
Being / in this / my body
First draft poem for Tracie Morris's Embodied Poetics workshop, written on the banks of Boulder Creek, 12/6/18.