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Questions.

As much as I’ve questioned my place in the arts (which is a lot), I’ve also questioned my place in journalism. Lately I’ve been thinking about that much, much more. 826 more words

Disability

This Day

By Mark E. Smith

Mahatma Gandhi said, “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as though you will live forever.”

If today were your last day on Earth, what would you do? 447 more words

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some criticism of the #LSELitFest Autism in the Arts event from an #actuallyautistic attendee

This past Wednesday an impossible miracle: I left not only the house but the actual city, travelling down (up?) to London to seek my fortune. Well, to seek the LSE Litfest and their Autism in the Arts panel, so in fact all I found was a blogpost and minus £17.80 for the train ticket and received no sort insight into the world of autistic culture, … 1,617 more words

Autism

not good news on the work front

so i got a bit of disappointing news this faternoon. you know how i was hooked up recently with a job coach? and i was going to look for part time work? 565 more words

Personal

Just Connie's Year #54: Hydrotherapy & New Argos!

23rd February 1997

I went to Wacky Warehouse today at lunch time with Jordan. When we got home we stayed in for the rest of the afternoon. 174 more words

Connie

Top 3 Things I've Learned As Mentally Ill Creative

All creative people have their ups and downs. We all sometimes lose our motivation, search for new inspiration and so on. But being creative person with mental illness is slightly different. 480 more words

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Interview: The Otto Digmore Difference by Brent Hartinger (The Otto Digmore Series Book 1)

Blurb:
“Road trip!”

Otto Digmore is a 26-year-old gay guy with dreams of being a successful actor, and he’s finally getting some attention as a result of his supporting role on a struggling sitcom. 1,205 more words

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