Conversations With Crips
About This Show
Welcome to Conversations with Crips: a podcast about the intersection of disability and identity, social change, and the peculiarities of life.
I started this podcast because even though I’m a disabled person, I don’t feel much of a part of the disability community. So I figured that if I wanted to begin exploring that side of my identity, I should probably start by having conversations with other disabled people who are doing cool stuff. So I did. And I put them on the internet in the hope that someone else might enjoy them, too.
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Most Recent Episode
Etta Bollinger - "Disability is so mundane"
EPISODE 8 | For my final episode I had the pleasure of speaking with the inimitable Henrietta Bollinger. Etta is a playwright, a feminist, sociology tutor, and she’s a twin. In this episode - which, unfortunately, we recorded months ago - we predict Jacinda Ardern’s pregnancy, we delve into Etta’s experience of walking in the queer and disabled worlds, we touch on our thoughts on the political representation of disabled people, and why writing about disability is mundane yet essential. FEEDBACK: Email email@example.com or facebook.com/conversationswithcrips SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/nz/podcast/conversations-with-crips/id1302625165 Read more »
Episodes of This Show
Dec 2, 2017
Nov 25, 2017
Nov 12, 2017