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#1 Never Going Underground with Juliet Jacques, Em Temple-Malt and Louise Wallwein

Page, Ra, Jacques, Juliet, TEMPLE-MALT, Emma and Wallwein, Louise (2019) #1 Never Going Underground with Juliet Jacques, Em Temple-Malt and Louise Wallwein. [Audio]

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Podcast to celebrate the Section 28 Protest in Manchester - by Comma Press

Hosted by Ra Page, Founder & CEO of Comma Press, a Manchester-based independent publisher specialising in the short story.

Juliet Jacques is a journalist, critic and writer of short fiction. She has published two books including Trans: A Memoir (2015). She documented her gender reassignment for The Guardian in a series entitled A Transgender Journey.

Dr. Em Temple-Malt is a Lecturer in Sociology and Criminology at Staffordshire University and co-director of Staffordshire University Crime and Society Research Group.

Louise Wallwein MBE is an award-winning poet, playwright and performer. Born in Withington Hospital and brought up in 13 different children's homes, she produced her first play at the age of 17 with Contact Theatre. Her notable commissions include the poem for the opening of the Olympics in the North, Skid 180 at Contact Theatre and Dirty White Girl for BBC Radio 3. Her plays have been broadcast by the BBC and have graced the stage of the Sydney Opera House and the Royal Exchange Theatre. She has made over 20 films with young people around the UK, with Fall winning Best Film at the BFI Awards 2015.

Published in 2017, Protest: Stories of Resistance assembled twenty authors to re-imagine key moments of British protest from the last eight centuries. Written in close consultation with historians, sociologists and eye-witnesses - who also contribute afterwords - these stories follow fictional characters caught up in real-life struggles.

Item Type: Audio
Faculty: School of Law, Policing and Forensics > Criminal Justice and Forensic Science
Depositing User: Emma TEMPLE-MALT
Date Deposited: 07 Feb 2019 10:04
Last Modified: 07 Feb 2019 10:04
URI: http://eprints.staffs.ac.uk/id/eprint/5219

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